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01 Table of Contents 

02 The Headmaster 

03 The Review Staff 

04 The Prefects 

05 The Parents Guild 

06 Faculty and Staff 

18 Fall Term Events 

20 Beyond the Gates 
22 Spirit Week 
24 Homecoming 

26 Prayer Circle 

27 Remembrance Day 

28 Cross Country Run 
30 Halloween 

32 Holiday Hero 
34 Crazy For You 

36 Fall Term Sports 

38 Varsity Football 
40 U1 6 Football 
42 Varsity Soccer 

44 JV Soccer 

45 U16A Soccer 

46 U16B Soccer 

47 U14A Soccer 

48 U14B Soccer 
49U13A Soccer 

50 U13B Soccer 

51 U12 Soccer 

52 Varsity Volleyball 

54 U1 6 Volleyball 

55 U1 4 Volleyball 

56 U1 2 Volleyball 

57 Sr/Jr. Cross Country 

58 U14 Cross Country 

59 U1 2 Cross Country 

60 Winter Term Events 

62 St. Andrew's Day 
64 The Carol Service 
66 MacPherson Tournament 
68 Ms Arts Day 



70 MS Events 
72 US Events 



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74 Winter Term Sports 

76 Varsity Hockey ^ 

78 JV Hockey ^ 

79 U16 Hockey 

80 U1 4 Hockey 

81 U12 Hockey 

82 Varsity Basketball 
84 JV Basketball 
85U16A Basketball 
86U16B Basketball 

87 U14 Basketball 

88 U1 3 Basketball 

89 U1 2 Basketball 

90 Ist/Jv Swimming 

91 U16/U14 Swimming 

92 1st Squash 

93 U16 Squash 

94 U14 Squash 

95 Fencing 

96 Varsity Alpiine Ski 

97 Jv/UI 4 Alpine Ski 

98 Nordic SKi 

99 Curling y ^ 

100 Spring Term Events 

102 The Church Parade 

104 The Headmaster's Parade 

106 The Cadet Inspection 

108 MS Spring Events 

110 Spring Smash 

112 Battlefields Tour 

113SASSAW 

114 Spring Term Sports 

116 Varsity Rugby 

118 U16 Rugby 

119 U14 Rugby 

120 U1 3 Rugby 

121 VarsityBadminton 

122 U1 6 Badminton 

123 U1 4 Badminton 





124 Varsity Baseball 

126 U14/U1 2 Softball 

127 Sr. Track & Field 

128 Jr. Tracks Field 

129 Varsity Tennis 

130 U1 6 Tennis 

131 U14 Tennis 

1 32 Varsity Lacrosse 

1 33 JV Lacrosse 

134 U1 4 Lacrosse 

135 Varsity Golf 

136 Jr. Golf 

1 37 Triathlon mst^- ^, 

138 Varsity Crickef '^ ^ 

140 Grades 



164 The Grads 

186 The House 

188 Flavelle House 
190 Memorial House 
192 Sifton House 
194 Laidlaw House 
196 Ramsay House 
198 Smith House 
200 Perrier House 
202 MacDonald House 
204 Clubs 



206 The Arts 

208 MS Art 
210 US Art 
214 US Music 
216 MS Music 
218 FOCUS 
220 Valetes 

222 Prize Day 




he Review Staff 




Matthew Gaiaj 
Adrian Goyo 
Emil Hiiri 
Darren Iw 
David 
Kevi 
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Faculty & Staff 





Administration 

BEDARD, JANE 
Facilities Co-ordinator 
BRAITHWAITE, KIM 
BURSTON, BRENDA 
CAIN, BARBARA 
ERICKSON, KELLY 
HOBBS, JANET 
KNIGHT, SHERRILL 
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES 

LAMB, JULIE 
PILIECI, MARIA 
Librarian 
ROWE, KIM 
VAN DAM, SUSAN 

Tutors 

McCUE, CHRISTINE 
DAWSON, DAVID 
JOSSELYN, SHANNON 

Admission 

KEYES, BRUCE 
MOFFAT-LYNCH, DOLLY 
STEWART, NATASCIA 
STOCK, JARRYD 

Advancement 

BRYCE, RYAN 
COLLINS,EDNA 
FLEMING, NICOLETTE 
FRAUGHT, CARRIE 
SMITH-TURNER, SHAREN 
VEITCH, CINDY 
WEEDON, NICHOLAS 
ON, JULIE 



ARIRAJASINGAM, RAMESH 
BELLAIRE, BRENDAN 
NASEEM, AMIR 
WALSH, JOHN 
RYAN, KEN 

Health Centre 

MOORE-KIRKBY MARGARET 
Director of Healtli & Wellness 
HASTINGS, LORI-ANNE 
JURRIUS, ELISH 
RANTA, SUE 

Athletic Therapy 

MCROBERTS, MARNIE 
TUGNETT, HEATHER 
CALHOUN, LAUREL 
KOUTSOUKIS, STEPHANIE 
TURNER, GRANT 

University Counselling 

GROVES, TERESA 
WEEDON, TANYA 

Science 

BISHENDEN, ELIZABETH 

Choir Master 

CLEMENTS, JOHN 





IRKESS, JAMES 
;SBITT, JEFFREY 

ling Room 
rVILL, GRACE 

:murray, nancy 
intone, davide 

EMVONGDEUANE, SAKKONE 
NES, MACKENZIE 
lANCIO, FLORAMIE 
ANGIE, MARIE-THERESE 
IISTOVSKA, LIDIJA 
AQUIN, MARY 
RR, DAVID 
DLSKA, GRAZYNA 
lAMPHAKDY, VANIDA 
WANDOWSKI, ANNA 
:iNTYRE, JOANNE 
ILLON, NEIL 
lURTNEY, DIANNA 
UL, PAULETTE 
OMPHAKDY, BOUNPONE 
OJANOWSKI, ELLA 
ELAPHAN, SAI 
iNG, YINTHONG 
VALIER, KEVIN 



HURLBUT, TERI-LEA 
MOFFATT, PAUL 
COOLEY, JAKE j 
SENGSAVANG, SENGTHONG 

Drama Technician 
ALEX VELLA-ZARB 

Campus Shop 
STOCK, JOANNE 
BOEHMER, JANE 
MARSHALL, WENDY 
COATES, WENDY 

Reception 

WILLIAMS, REBECCA 
Library 

HAYTER,SUSAN 
PILIECI,MARIA 
BUCKLEY,KAREN 
WALKER,MARK 




19 



Rememberance Day 




great Andrean tradition the students of St. Andrew's gathered to remember 
3 Old Boys who made the supreme sacrifice in World Wars I and II. Grades 
to 12 experienced a slide and music presentation prepared by Arthur 
irakovits, followed by the names of some of the fallen of World War I read 
c/Maj Aaron Leung and CWO Roland Hynscht. The Middle School and 
ade 9s circulated around a series of white crosses on the quad listening to 
)ries of Old Boys who had been killed researched by Middle School students 
d told by Upper School students. Poppies were then placed on the crosses 
a sign of honour and respect. For both services there was special music 
well as readings, and a time of silence bracketed by the Last Post, a lament 
the pipes and Reveille. 



irticipants: 

Ders Drake Porter and P/Maj Alex Seto 

jmpeter: c/WO Marc Romanin 

jaders: c/Maj John Sandham and c/LGol Scott Wood 

her participants: 

ddle School Band 

ring Ensemble 

hn Richardson, Sandi Chasson, David Stewart, Melissa Ramon, 
hn Glements, Rev. Bruce Roffey 



Jim --^.s- 




Hallowee 




Front Row - Cole Sopik, Curtis Harvey, Erik Kimmerer, Brandon Benoit, Jake Stirling, Mario Chiodo, Peter Godber, Ty Topolinski, Chris Merchant, Burke Whi 
Darien Arscott, Malcolm Carter, Connor Ritchie. 

Middle Row - Andrew Jun, Hunter Robertson, Adam Ashby, Cody McMillan, Adrian Austin, Bryce Johnson, Callum Green, Andrew Begg, Connor Cowl, 
Jordan Carter, Michael Mardini, Bo Zhang, Fraser Sopik, Zach Marcus, Andy Tong, Walid Siyam. 

Back Row - Joe Foote Esq., Jeff Laforge Esq., Sejin Park, Alex Auger, Brett Tomlinson, Duncan Robertson, Lucas Hussey, Edward Essue, Alec Mulder, 
Jonathan Femi-Cole, Daniel Cummings, Ty Plummer, Luke Simpson, West Ochocinski, Ross Tripp Esq., Michael Carroll Esq., Len Gurr Esq. 




Addison Winners, MIP, MVP. Erik Kimmerer(MIP), Cole Sopik, Darien Arscott, Mario Chiodo, 
Jake Stirling, Brandon Benoit, Malcom Carter, Peter Godber(MVP), Ty Topolinski. 



Varsity Football 



ore I begin my remarks, there are many people I'd 
to extend my sincerest thanks to. To our coaching 
f, Coaches Shrimpton, Carroll, Foote, LaForge, 
^ne and Tripp. I'm blessed to work alongside such 
nted and passionate coaches. Their vast knowledge 
he game and love of our players makes them ideal 
I models and mentors. Our players are truly blessed 
le in such caring and qualified hands. Mr. Bedard for 
constant support and leadership. As was the case 
1 Mr. Reid, it s great knowing that the AD always has 
back. Thanks fo Mrs. Bedard for her help with details 
I planning. Heather, Mamie and their support staff for 
r incredible daily work in the clinic with our players, 
suffered more significant injuries this year than 1 can 
r recall, and it's a testament to their tremendous 
irts that we had our entire roster on the field when it 
:tered most. Mr. Shields for his thankless vet 
iluable contributions as our equipment manager. Our 
leraman Fritz, who provided us with outstanding 
ie film each week. Mr. McHenry and former Director 
advancement Jim Herder for their weekly support and 
ouragement. To the entire Andrean community for 
i/iding us with remarkable crowd support, including 
overflowing stadium at Homecoming and at the 
AA championship game. And last but certainly not 
5t, our team manager West, aka- "Ocho." I can't 
gine a more dedicated and committed manager, 
st's name will be called later when we distribute the 
AA championship plaques. Without question, he is 
ll-fledged and invaluable member of our team. 

I will never hear me use the word "team" to describe 
Varsity Football Saints. "Team" implies a collection 
idividuals coming together at any given time in the 
suit of a common goal. The Saints are a football 
)qram." Rather than merely depend upon one group 
thietes, our program carries expectations and goals 
ch carry over year-to-year. My message to our 
^ers at the start of training camp was simple. I had it 
on the back of our workout t-shirts. "The Standard is 
Standard." Simply put, the bar has been set for our 
:ball program in terms of deportment around campus, 
:tice habits, weekly performance and championship 
irations. That bar is not going to be lowered, so the 
iS is on everybody in our tootball program to reach it. 

! 2012 Varsity Football Saints met the standard, and 
ig the way wrote a remarkable story. A perfect CISAA 
Lilar season and playoff record. The first time this feat 
been accomplished since 2003. A 2nd straight 
iAA championship. The first time this feat has been 
omplished since 1986 - 1987. An offence which 
raged 42 points per game. A defence which 
'endered an average of only 12 points per game. 



Thus our weekly average margin of victory was 30 
points. Highlights include a 44-7 Homecoming victory 
over Ashbury College, defeating UCC at their 
Homecoming by 1 4 points, dominating St. Mike's 36-0, 
and ultimately capturing the CISAA championship 
against UCC with a character-driven 21-14 victory. 

What made this season so special was our unique and 
special combination of talent and personalities. If you 
want star power, we certainly have it. Yet in addition to 
our immense talent, I can't imagine a group of athletes 
more dedicated to a collective goal, more proud to wear 
the Andrean colours, and more fun to spend countless 
hours with. Our offence is led by a quarterback who can 
make every play on a football field. His talent, focus, 
character, and drive to be great are second-to-none. 
I've nicknamed him the "Golden Boy" for a reason. Our 
passing game is built around two remarkable receivers 
with dramatically different personalities. One is 
extremely laid back and rarely talks, the other places 
his personal Twitter name in his visor just in case 
opposing players want to follow him after he's made 
several big plays against them. Opposing defences 
were well aware of the fact that the ball was coming to 
them every single week, yet nobody could stop eitner 
one of them. We possess two dynamic and talented 
running backs. One is a 210 lbs grade 10 phenom who 
runs like a thoroughbred horse being let out of the 
stable. The other is a quietly intense and unassuming 
grade 12 who resembles Clark Kent far more than 
Superman. Lastly, the heart and soul of our offence is 
our massive offensive line. Anchored by 4 future impact 
university players, this group is as talented as you'll find 
anywhere in Canada. 

Defensively, we're led by instinctive and intensi 
linebacker Mario Chiodo, tough-as-nails safety J?"" 
Stirling, explosive defensive end Ty Topolinski, gam. 
breaking cornerback Jordan Carter, and ferocious 
halfback Fraser Sopik. This group may not have 
received the hype that our offence did, but they emerged 
as the most dominant unit in the league. They frequently 
forced turnovers and came up with big plays in crucial 
situations. Ultimately they proved the oldest adage in 
football true, it was our defence which won us a 
championship. 

In addition to our so-called "star" players, the entire 
roster contributed throughout the year. All hands were 
on-deck each and every week. Without question, our 
roster is full of champions. - Len Gurr 



First Row: Angelis Prattas, Will Merkel, Dave Stewart Esq, Jamie MacPherson Esq, Jeff LaForge Esq, Cameron Vatardo, Austin Hussani, Liam Joiner, 
Ben Thompson, Riley Fisher, Ben Kitagawa Esq, Geoff Brennagh Esq, Terry Prezens Esq, Austin Valjas, Krisztian Fockter 

Second Row: Jacob LaBrier, Ben Harrison, Matt Yustin, Donald Kwok, Tyler Sifton, John Polemidiotis, Albert Yoo, John Buchan, Joshua Carter, Harry Yan^ 
Aaron Sum, Jurgen Jentsch, Jarry Tuzzi 

Third Row: Nathan Lee, Andrew Clark, Braden Kerr, Aydden Almadi, Joshua Ri, Jack Bahen, Tristan Tsvetanov, Sulaiman Mahmood, Owen Luo, Alec Kyle, 
Sachit Dhiman, Gavin Fox 

Fourth! Row: Evan Forth, Arthur Chui, Elliott Almuida Pica, Raymond Liu, Cameron Lawrence, Owen Gabriel, Jonathan Filipopoulos, Jerod Forte, 
Cayne Lander, Brandon Haryott 

Absent: Drake Porter, Jack Turner, Victor Reshetnikov, Kevin Truong, Conrad Scullion-Smeenk 



It was the best of times; it was tine worst of times. It was a time of jubilation and a time of 
disenchantment. So went the U16 football season of 2012. New quarterback, new receivers, new 
linebackers, 2 quality tailbacks; this was the making of a very good season. And it started off that way. 
A decisive win against cross-town rivals GW Williams gave us confidence. And while Ashbury beat us at 
our Homecoming, an ineligible Ashbury player gave us a default win. 2 - 0. 

Then, we played a game which will be difficult to forget. Playing UCC at their homecoming, we found 
ourselves down by 3 touchdowns going into the fourth quarter. Then something miraculous happened. 
The clouds parted on an over cast day and the hand of St. Andrew himself reached down, tapped me 
on the shoulder and said, "You will win this football game." At that point, your U16 Saints stopped the 
UCC offence 4 times and our offence proceeded to drive the ball into their end zone on the next four 
consecutive possessions; the last touchdown coming on a 40 yard pass from Cam Valardo to Josh 
Carter with only 19 seconds left in the game. 3 - 0 

Though we lost to St. Mike's in our next game, we were playing possum in hopes of surprising them in 
our second meeting of the season. We then beat Villanova in a friendly, which at that point gave us a 
record of 4 - 1 . We followed that up with a loss to TCS by a single point. We then played Ashbury, St. 
Mike's and UCC again and in each of those rematches we lost by, let's say, more than 1 point, which 
took us out of the Championship hunt. 

It was an enjoyable season and I need to thank several people for their support; assistant coaches Mr. 
LaForge, Stewart, Prezens, MacPherson, Brennagh and Butcher who have been hard working all 
season; to Mr. Shrimpton for his advice on football and coaching; and most of all to Mr. Shields for 
doing all the behind the scenes work to make our football program as good as it is. 
I also need to thank all of the players. When you have a team of 50 players, it is difficult to provide 
playing time for everyone. Having said that, I am pleased to say that all our players, whether they were 
starters or not, played significant minutes. And I do thank them for continuing to work hard to get better 
regardless of their playing time. BK 



First Row: Adam Moodie, Khiari Lespere, Matthew Graham, Mac Baker, Sajjad Akbar, William White, 
Adam Henriques 

Second Row: Chris Clarke (Mgr.), Michael Marcantognini, Zain Hemani, Adam Darvay-Canavor, 
Estanislao de la Torre, Jay Mackie, Josh Mahfood, David Manning Esq. 

Third Row: Robert Bertani, Mikel Lanzagorta, Matthew Kennedy, Jason Graham, Felix Hadasik, 
Emi! Hiiri, Dan Chalifour 
Missing: Mr. Nicholas Day Esq. 




)t how you start that matters 
how you finish. This 
ement can sum up our 1st 
cer season in a number of 
's. Returning a number of 
ters and seniors for their 
I seasons, there was much 
mism after 4 trophies from 
season and a silver medal 
)FSAA. 

ok us however, a little while 
ind out who we were and 
r a disappoint league cup to 
t the season we settled into 
CISAA season. We rode a 
j record in CISAA play into 
CAIS National Tournament 
dismantled our opponents 
Dur first 4 matches. We 
:hed the semi-finals to face 
lam in Hillfield Strathallen 
im we had beaten 7-1 just 
lere two days before the 



tournament. Our boys, 
however, learned a valuable 
lesson about sport and life, 
never underestimate your 
challenge, and probably most 
importantly as quoted from 
future coach philosopher, 
Daniel Chalifour, "never over 
estimate yourself". It wasn't 
meant to be that day and we 
didn't deserve to win, and 
didn't. After failing to claim our 
second straight CAIS crown we 
went back to work in CISAA 
play finishing the season with a 
10-1-1 record and thoroughly 
outscoring our opponents. We 
claimed the Peter Stuart 
trophy, named after former St. 
Andrew's Master, and soccer 
coach as league winners for 
the second consecutive year 
and home field for the playoffs. 
In the semi-finals we faced St. 



Mike's who although ranked 
4th were the toughest 
challenge to our bid to repeat, 
and we were correct. Down 1 -0 
early and then 2-1 at the half, it 
took two magnificent goals by 
senior William White, the 
second in the 89th minute to 
push us through to the final. 

In the final, we faced Ridley 
College whom we had handled 
twice during the regular season 
by lopsided scores. This 
however, wasn't a normal day 
and Ridley fancied something 
differentthistime around. Inthe 
craziest 10 minutes of soccer I 
have ever been involved with, 
the opening of the final 
produced 4 goals, two apiece, 
and it was apparent we were in 
for an exciting and nail-biting 
ride. The game settled with 



Ridley taking the lead near 
half time 3-2. 

The second half we broke the 
game apart with two thunder 
strikes 60 seconds apart after 
about 15 minutes. The first, 
was by right back Matthew 
Kennedy who possess one of 
the best shots on the team, 
funny enough he waited until 
the last game of the season to 
let the other teams in the 
league in on the secret. His 
laser beam was followed up 
by Mikel Lazagorta hitting a 
perfect ball inside the post to 
put us up 4-3 and in control. 
We added two more for a 
finish that pretty much 
encapsulated our season, 
slow start outstanding finish. 
ND&DM 




First Row: Joel Lat, Ibrahim Moustafa, Liam Neuman, Joseph Bruccoleri, Christian Settino, John Joseph Mitchell, 
Jono McConnell, Jack O'Neil, Justin Ford, Ryan Shotbolt. 

Second Row: Mr. Michael Chadsey Esq., Alex Sgro, Samuel Salomon, Jackson Redmond, Scott Elliott, 
JP McCluskey, Ricky Lozada, David Anderson, Mr. Stephen Kimmerer Esq. 

Third Row: Aiden Carnegie, Aiden Calverley, Marco Magnante, Vicente Tricio-Sesma, Isaack Justine 




Some groups of students are a ctiallenge to 
work with on a daily basis: and some groups 
mal<e coaching truly enjoyable. This year's 
edition of JV Soccer was the most 
entertaining group that Coach Kimmerer and 
have worked with in memory! Liam Neuman's 
phlegm issues, John Joseph's concussion 
issues, Joey Bruccoleri making saves with his 
face! You name it, we laughed at it. Ryan 
Shotbolt brought a unique, physical approach 
to defending, only occasionally crossing the 
line with full out hip-checks. Once in a vjhile 
Isaack was able to produce absolute magic 
on the pitch, of course that was dependent or 
him finding the field or knowing when the bus 
was leaving. Jack O'Neill informed me during 
tryouts that he had been a standout keeper 
the last time he played for a team; they were 
the league champs in their U SEVEN league! 
But through dedication and hard work, Jack 
earned the starting position and turned into a 
reliable keeper who kept us in some tight 
games and motivated his teammates with 
good communication. Jackson Redmond 
learned to never stand immediately in front of 
the bench with his hands in his pockets 
during a game; you never know when you 
might be knocked over by a stray ball. On the 
side of skill, Vicente frustrated opposing 
players with his outrageous dangles; Marco 
consistently created scoring opportunities 
with pin-point passing and well-placed 
crosses from the wing; David Anderson found 
his finishing touch; and Christian Settino 
found ways to break free and score some 
huge goals from his striking position. 
And somewhere in there, the boys became 
an excellent soccer team. 
The season began looking like it was going to 
be a long one. The level of skill that we have 
been spoiled with in recent years was not 
quite there. Several of our players hadn't 
played organized soccer in many years, like 
Jack; however, the team quickly began to 
work together and became a force in our 
division. After losing our first league game 
against St. John's Kilmarnock, the boys didn't 
lose again in the regular season. They 
worked hard in practice and developed into a 
cohesive group that raised its level of play to 
the point where they won three of their final 
four league games, the only blemish on their 
record during that stretch was a tie in their 
final league game against the othenA/ise 
unbeaten team from Villanova. Our overall 
league record of 3 - 1 - 2 was good enough 
to make the playoffs. In our first playoff game, 
we beat de la Salle by a score of 2 - 0. In the 
semi-finals, we again faced Villanova in a 
back and forth affair. Breaking a 2 -2 tie with 
only minutes to play, we earned a spot in the 
league finals. This win was a result of 
excellent teamwork and a hat-trick scored by 
Christian Settino. An hour after winning the 
semi-final, we were back on the pitch facing 
Trinity College School for the league 
championship. 

Although we were unable to win the final 
game, coach Kimmerer and I are extremely 
proud of what these boys accomplished this 
season. Making it to the league finals two 
years in a row is pretty solid. We would liketi 
acknowledge our graduating players: 
Christian Settino, John Joseph Mitchell, 
Aiden Carnegie, Joel Lat, Jono McConnell, 
Jackson Redmond, Justin Ford/Chevy, Liam 
Neuman, Ryan Shotbolt, David Anderson, 
Ibrahim Moustafa, Jack O'Neill, and Joseph 
Bruccoleri. SK, MC 




First Row: Adamo D'Angelo, Eraad Rahman, Kunal Khemani, Nicholas Chow, 
Marcello Perez, Danil Ojha, 

Second Row: Mr. Brian McCue Esq., Andy Park, William Zou, Bill Luan, JiSang Jeon, 
Justin Lee, Gary Zhou, Mr. Paul Totera Esq. 

Third Row: Liam Smith, Michael Huang, Nikhil Nath, Dhruv Krishnan, Aadam AN, 
Jimmy Yuan, Sigeng Liu 




First Row: Mr. David Kyle Esq., Nik Seidel, Jolin IVlusgrave, Cooper Scullion-Smeenk, Patrick Turner, 
Callum Murphy, Andrew Currie 

Second Row: Emilio Riestra, Brandon St.Pierre, Inigo Elizundia, Pedro Ozores, Conor Woodroffe 
|Third Row: Michael VonSchalburg, Victor Said, Arnoldo Lanzarin, Genaro Borrego 

Well over 30 boys tried out, eventually settling into two very strong teams. Great teamwork and positive 
spirits infused every practice and game. Mill<slnal<e prizes were appreciated and thirstily consumed. The only 
complaints heard were about the torrentially cold weather suffered during the semi and final one day ending. 
All 17 players on our roster were able to play in every game. Coach Kyle wishes to thank the boys and their 
parents for all their support and effort during this short but wonderful season. DK. 



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First Row: Dylan Cowell, Nolan Roy, Joseph Yazdani, Victor Lopez, Matthew Medhurst, 
Andrew Jeffrey, Matthew Brenzel, Daniel Cheung, Macleod Houghton 

Second Row: Jorge Chedraui, Juan Carrancedo , Tony Sul , Kevin Kim, Robert Wang, Stathi Douramakos, 
Antonio Dodero, Karim Libien, Mr. David Josselyn Esq. 



UMB Soccer had another very exciting 
season. Despite the fact that every 
game we played was against other 
schools' Tier 1 teams, we managed to 
be competitive in many games. Game 
in and game out the boys showed 
tenacity and courage. They could never 
be faulted for their effort. 
The highlight of the season was our 
game, played during hurricane like 
conditions, against local foe Country 
day school. We moved two of our 
attacking players, Daniel Cheung and 
Karim Libien , back to defence which 
allowed Will Sirman and Jero 
Pesqueira the freedom to move fonward 
into attacking positions. Jero scored 3 
and Will 1 , while Matthew Medhurst 
made several key saves, in a thrilling 




St Row: Branson Johnson, Chris Poropat, Ruben Lopez, Will McHenry, Wells Karabin, 
rk Polemidiotis, Eric Situ, Lucas La Brier 

cond Row: Warren Zhang, Austin Brett, Hashim Baloch, Josh Dunn, Dara Goharchi, 
iliano Ventosa, Todd Tian, Ms. Michele Derwin Esq. 



A trip to /bf//. . .■/ iV^j h 

/acation hovvever, the ooys v/ill be 
quick to describe a grueling experience 
/yhich included playing 7 games in 2.5 
days, playing through ram and snov/ 
and worst of all trying your very best to 
smile and pretend that a ball that stnkes 
your exposed frozen skin doesn't hurt 

After watching a teammate leave the 
field in an ambulance and later finding 
out he had broken his leg the boys 
decided it was their goal to do their very 
best to stay focused and earn a spot 
in the championship division. 

This tournament reflects a survival of 
the fittest scenario and now with a 13 
man roster each player was forced to 
push themselves beyond their physical 
imits. Unfortunately, a loss to Crescent 
n the first game on the second day we 
were going to have to play the game of 
our lives against Hilfiela in hopes to 
secure a spot in the semi-finals. 

A beautiful goal by Dara Goharchi m 
the dying minutes against Hilfield 
meant we needed Crescent to win and 
put us through to the semi's the 
following day. Unfortunately. 
Crescent's loss knocked us out of 
contention but our win put them 
through. 

Although, the boys were disappointed 
they did feel as they held up their end 
of the bargain and did everything 
possible to finish in the top 6 to ensure 
next year's team would have a fighting 
chance to make it to the finals. 

In our local league four of the five teams 
finished in the top 8 at the nationals. 
Unfortunately, due to injuries we only 
had 12 players for the CISAA semi- 
finals. Another tough loss to Crescent 
was not the result we were hoping for; 
however, the boys did play well and 
worked hard until the final whistle blew. 
MD. 





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The U13B soccer 
team was made up( 
only 14 boys. But 
what was lost in 
terms of fresh legs 
during the games, w 
made up for with 
cohesiveness and 
camaraderie. The 
small roster helped 
the boys to stand tal 
and stand by each 
other regardless of 
the situation; they 
were all determined 
to work hard to 
improve and to enjo] 
their season. SL 



Front Row: Brady Reid, Nathan Chadsey, Dalton Lehman, Brandon Want, Peter Wu, Rickie Tang, 
Nicholas Badali 

Back Row: Christopher Leung, Ryan Collis, Saajan Sethi, Leo Li, James Muzenzenberger, Greg Vovtchenko, 
Jullian Settino, Brayden Byers, Mr. Scott Lewis Esq. 




U 12 Soi 





Front Row: Jack Kensit, Bryce Neil, Ryan Sutherland, Brendan Dilworth, Dillon Appelbe, Spence Berman, 
Andrew Boland 

Middle Row: Mr. John Clements Esq., Mr. Michael Hanson Esq. 

Back Row: Justin Aquin, Alex Krylov, Arya Mizrahi, Wan Foy, Sam Ashton, Connor Broekaert. Andy Han 



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Ryan Lindsay 



This season was the first ever SAC Under 1 2 soccer team to compete ^ 
in Division 1 . Overall the season was an encouraging one, marked by 
real gains in self-confidence and success. The final tournament saw us 
matched first against UCC who beat us 5-0, but we were confident we 
could beat RSGC again to reach the semi-final. The game went to 
overtime and we eventually lost on penalty kicks. We would like to 
thank all the boys for their love of the game and for their eagerness to 
become the best that they could be. MH 




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FIRST ROW: Alex Seto, Scott Wood, Rahim Ladak, Braden Noxon 

SECOND ROW: Mr.Fraser Cowell, Esq., Peter Grantcharov, Mitch Carter, Justin Smith-Voudouris, 
Jacob King, Mr. Claudio Numa, Esq. 

THIRD ROW: Jeremy Chow, Jeff Banwell, Chris Egi, Nicl< Fornier, Jin Yu 

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What a great season it was! What an amazing group of athletes, Andreans, young men! This year's 
Volleyball team was a dream team for any coach. Under the leadership of the best captain the team has 
had in recent years, we showed the world of High School volleyball that SAC Volleyball is a reality. Led 
by captain Ladak, we beat powerhouse UCC on two occasions and reached the CISAA championship 
final losing to St. Mikes in five sets. What an exciting match it was! The spectators were treated with an 
amazing display of volleyball by both teams. It was a match for the ages. CN & FC 





■Irst Row: Eric Lowry, Jack Little, David Hastings-Grgas, Will Thompson, Alex Carter. 
iSecond Row: Mr. Mark Service Esq., Julian Smith-Voudouris, David O'Connor, 
Quinton Gray, Justin McNamara, Mr. Cam Eby Esq.. 
(Third Row: Jason Zhang, Dylan Van Eeden, Aidan Bertolas, Sam Hardinj 





After almost 25 years without a single 
CISAA championship, the U1 6 volleyball 
team won its second straight title this 
year. St. iVIike's was the powerhouse in 
CISAA volleyball for over 10 years, and 
UCC was typically right up there with 
them. We were always in the Final Four, 
but we never quite managed to win in the 
semis to earn a spot in the championship 
game. Unseating St. Mike's at the top 
spot was not even a goal for us because 
it was difficult to see beyond the semi- 
final match. Two years ago was the first 
time in decades that we finally broke the 
streak of semi-final losses, and we even 
managed to take a set from St. Mike's in 
the finals. We considered that to be quite 
an accomplishment, and being that close 
for the first time in years gave us a taste 
for what it would feel like to win. Last year 
we made it the finals again, but this time 
after losing in the first set against St, 
Mike's, we won the next three straight 
sets to take our first CISAA title since 
1988. It was an incredible feeling, and a 
great learning experience for the grade 
9's on the team. 

Those same grade 9's from last year 
were our starters, leaders, and best 
players on this year's squad. They came 
into this season knowing what it feels like 
to win, and understanding what it takes 
to make it happen. From Day One, they 
had their sights set on a second title. Our 
only loss in CISAA league play was to St. 
Mike's at home by a score of 3 sets to 2, 
but we redeemed that loss at their gym 
later in the season with a 3-2 victory. Both 
teams finished league play with 9 and 1 
records, but we secured first place and 
home court advantage for the Final Four 
based on points for and against. We went 
into the finals expecting some very tough 
competition, but feeling confident 
nonetheless. We had little trouble with 
UCC in our semi-final match, but 
Crescent surprised everyone by 
upsetting St. Mike's in five sets in the 
other semi-final match-up. We went int(| 
the championship game pumped to | 
on a good show for the home crowd, an 
we did just that. We played some of ( 
best volleyball and completelj 
dominated Crescent School by scores c 
25-8, 25-22, and 25-9 to take the title 
With some huge smashes, massiv 
blocks, and exciting defensive plays, i 
definitely gave the fans a show. 

Beyond the CISSA, we've also put Stj 
Andrew's on the map when it comes toi 
Ontario volleyball at the U16 level. We 
went from never having made the 
playoffs at a public school tournament 
three years ago, to being contenders for 
virtually every tournament we've entered 
over the last two seasons. We've won 
two tournaments and been finalists 
three others in that time. Our goal now is 
to continue the tradition of volleyball 
success. MS 



MIP Justin McNamara ® 



MVP David O'Connor 




1^ / 



U14 volleyball team was a young 
id of athletes with limited 
irience. However, they worked 
imely hard at all practices, and 
oved all fundamental aspects of 
;port. They quickly developed into 
xciting team to watch, with many 
commenting on how drastically 
improved over the course of the 
t season. Although their season 
rd was a direct flip from the last 
/ears, they kept their spirits high 
:ontinued to work hard and play 
, always believing in themselves. 
■• losses were often by only a 
le of points, including a 
5pointing 15-12 loss to St. Mike's, 
iventual CISAA champions. 

luse of such an improvement from 
embers of the team, it was a very 
ult decision to choose just one 
This individual was chosen 
use had never once touched a 
yball, and eventually earned his 
into a starting position. When his 
g was right, he could not only 
) the ball over the block, but he 
i spike it to the attack line. He 
me an intimidating wall at the net 
was determined to keep the ball 
s side of the court. The future of 
volleyball will continue to be 
ig with this young athlete coming 
igh. WE 




First Row: Ewan Fox, Connor LeClaire, William Wang, JP Schnabel, Connor Sleeth, 
Kyle Chen, Barron Liu 

Second Row: Luca Zadra, John Hopkinson, Chad Li, Byron Mawaya, Filip 
iGrantcharov, Daniel Kim, Oli Harris, Coach Whitney Elliott 





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First Row: Osher Lee, Jacob Crocker, Mark Zhou, Samir Khaki, Sterling Cochran, M 
Matthew Sun, Patrick Leclaire 

Second Row: Mikey Bahen, Joshua Osborne, Thomas Childerhose, Marshall Moore 
Benjamin VanEeden, Joseph Walker, Aidan Bradley, Ms. Natalie McNair Esq. 



chael Sun 



Right out the gate 
this very energeti 
group of young meiljl 
^ was ready to play an 
for most, ready ti 
learn how to play foP 
the very first time. 
our first try out whef 
1 asked how many c 
them had actually 
played volleybai 
other than in P.ef 
class, three of then'* 
raised their hands'' 
They made it all thf I 
way to the CISA/!* 
Championship 
where they lost o 
the final serve of th 
final match i 
BayviewGlenSchO' , 
in a thrilling garrii 
Theywereapleasur ' 
to coach and made' 
me realize how much 
fun volleyball can be 
I am very pleaseci, 
with allot their efforts 
and I commen(;| 
them, for as first timeL 
Andreans, they dic^ 
, an incredible job o!' 
i representing th 
' School. NM 



imore challenging than the 
lious. This year we had a very 
lusiasticteam. Most of the team 
iired rigorous Saturday 
ling practices and the rewards 
iheir efforts were paid at the 
\A Championships. 

le CISAA Finals in Port Hope 
)ctober 26, your Saints were 
rmined to tackle the dreaded 
Trinity" - a steep 100m climb 
le end of the course - with 
jr. The weather cooperated 
a perfect day for running, and 
yed many team members to 
ove on their results from earlier 
le season. The midget boys' 
1 finished 7rd , the Juniors were 
and the senior team was 5th. 

team's one qualifier for 
AA, in Brampton, was Avery 
enzie. NT 




First Row: Andre Chan, Jack McDonald, Keaton Ward (Captain), Elliott Powers, Curtis Lai 
Second Row: Mr. Nick Tsioros Esq., Juan Carlos Artigas, Cleander Yu, Hollis McKenzie, Danila Galaninski, 
Jonah Pawluk, Will Piddick, Eddie He, Ms. Samantha Scheepers Esq. 
. y Third Row: Oscar Qi, Chris Lakkotripis, Young Wu Jin, Jordan Brown, Andrew Ladoucer, Avery McKenzie, 
Danial Pafpolofski. 





Third Row: Luis Ramon, Tarun Sethi, Regan Kimmens, Eric Asgari, Gregory Hoogers, Melvin Maroon, Meron Rumbaut, 
Connor Harris, Quinton Cochran, J. P. Marline 

Second Row: Mr. Keith Ramon Esq., Mihai Ciuciureanu, Andrew Hoogers, Beto Simon,Tyler Thomas, Jack Kempezinsl<i, 
Owen Laffy, Mike! Devlin, Kevin Kaun, Hunter Applebe, Riley Jackson, Matteo Fina, Mrs. Sabrina D'Angelo Esq., 
First Row: Callum Macpherson, Chris Liu, Billy Starke, Sean Denton, Cole Nip, Justin Cheung, Jake Iwai, 
Nolan Michelberger, Jacky Quo, Billy Sun, Aiden Walters, Nicholas Bowline 



A few years before you boys were born, a world-class Tanzanian marathoner said something that notj 
only applies to running, but pertains to ail sports: "The will to win means nothing without the will to 
prepare". No matter how lofty your goals and aspirations are, without hard work and determination, y^ 
won't achieve what you have set out to accomplish. 



It's for this reason that I am incredibly proud of our Middle School runners this year - they demonstra| 
the will to prepare. While it's true that we use a lot of games to develop running-specific skills and to 
foster a true love of running, the boys on the team also completed many tough practices that would hfve 
challenged even the most-seasoned runners in the Upper School. | 

This fall, we put our beautiful new track to the test. It was excellent for gauging our speed and trackin| 
our progress throughout the course of the year. It helped the boys learn a lot about pacing and maxin|irTii 
effort. To be honest, I'm not really sure what we did before we had this fantastic facility. i 



% Mrs. D'Angelo and I were very impressed by our boys this year and enjoyed watching their perspectives 
slowly change. What the boys thought to be challenging in the first few weeks of the year, quickly 
became manageable, and ultimately became mastered by the end of the season. We had a number of 
significant accomplishments that can be seen on the slideshow, but the most important thing to 
remember is that success was earned through hard work. KR & SD 



-J 2JUUi Cross Countbry 

\ward Winners: 
J-12: 

Dur MIP demonstrated an eagerness to improve his endurance this season and a keen interest in 
unning that went beyond his time with the team. He made an effort to run with his family and 
jntered a couple of races on his own accord to improve himself his ability as a runner. This year's 
J12MIPis Aiden Walters. 

Dur MVP for the U12 boys had a great attitude and was willing to push himself to his limits. He was 
ilways up for challenges in practices and races. By the end of the year, he was our fastest U12 
unner and earned the most votes from his teammates: This year's U12 MVP is Owen Laffey. 

J-14: 

3ur MIP for the U14 runners goes to an individual that has made significant long-term gains as a 
unner. He used to be a tiny grade 6 boy who struggled to keep up with the pack; however, through 
hree years of hard work and continued determination, he has grown to become a confident and 
lapable runner. This year's U1 4 MIP is Eric Asgari. 

'Vithout question, our U14 MVP was our fastest runner at every single race throughout the year. His 
ibility to push himself when everything was on the line was genuinely impressive. He reached the 
)odium in each and every race this season and never came less than 2nd place. He was incredibly 
ocused on his goals this year and narrowly missed winning this year's CISAA championship. Our 
J14 MVP is Regan Kimens. 





U14MIP 

Eric Asgari 



U14MVP 

Regan^Kir 




U12#p 

Owen Laffey 



U12il/IIP 

Aiden Walters 




Back Row:Liam Neuman, Emil Hiiri, Zach Marcus, Zac Masson, Matthew Graham, Matthew Kennedy, Christian Settino. 
Middle Row: Mr.Joel Morrissey Esq., Brandon Cercone, Warren Foegele, Jacob Kearley, Burke White, Brett Stirling, 
Jake Stirling, C.J. Sifton, William White (Manager). 

Front Row: Jack McDonald, Mr.Geoff Brennagh Esq., Curtis Harvey, Rory McGuire, Adam Moodie, Jay Mackie, 
Mr. David Manning Esq., Brett Nichol. 




3 201 2-1 3 Version of the 1 st 
ckey Saints enjoyed an 
standing season. Posting a 
ord of 47-9-2 the team 
imed the CISAA and MPHL 
ular season championships, 
ng the way, 1st Hockey were L.^ 
Sebastian's School f 
jedham, MA) Tournament 
ampions, and St. Francis 
looi Tournament Champions, 
jarly February, the Saints 
shed 5-0 and claimed the 
lool's 8th MacPherson 
jrnament Championship with 
win over arch rival UCC in 
final. In the playoffs, the 
m had a disappointing finish 
he MPHL season falling 2-1 
Edge School in the final and 
he CISAA Championship, the 
nts topped Nichols School in 
third and deciding game in 
jrtime on a Warren Foegele 
rker. It certainly was an 
standing year for 1st Hockey 
i one that will go down in 
! 114 history of the school 
one of the best ever. DM 




Front Row: Nick Whitelaw, Jonathan McConnell, Kyle Zacharuk, Linden Sturrock, Reese Foegele, Ruslan Sennovskiy, 
Connor Rowntree. 

Second Row: Mr. Joe Foote, Esq., Taylor Pilmer, Robert Bertani, Jack O'Neill, Liam Killops, Braeden Glendinning, 
Bryce Johnson, Conner Cowl, Corey Bristol, Mr.Trevor Biasi, Esq. 

Missing: : Devon DeLangley, Branden Fennell, Ryan Shotbolt, Cody McMillan, Dylan Sikura - Manager. 



After three championships in the last 4 years, the JV Hockey team fell on tough times this season. With a change in philosophy, the team had to rely on grizzled veterans such as 
Jono McConnell, Devon DeLangley, Liam Killops, Reese Foegele, Cody McMillan and the Russian sensation Rusty Sennovskiy. While we were in every game we played, the pucks 
didn't bounce our way and we ended up on the wrong end of a 5-15-1 record. And while most of our games were decided by two goals or less, we unfortunately lost a great many of 
them. Must have been the coaching. Our finest moment this year came when our one goalie with experience, Connor Rowntree, was ill, and we turned the net over to our other 
"goalie" Nick Whitelaw who began the season as the manager! In fact, Nick Whitelaw hadn't played in years since manning the cage for Pizza Nova in the Aurora House League 7 
years earlier. Our pregame speech to our team was very simple that day - I turned it over to Mr. Foote for the pregame speech looking for words of wisdom. He did not disappoint 
when looked at the boys and said, "block everything." To their credit, it was like a switch had been flipped. All of the sudden the JV boys were blocking shots, taking hits to make 
plays, and playing a determined brand of hockey. It didn't look like us at all! We took a 2-1 lead into the dying seconds, and with the game on the line, Hillfield slipped a player into 
the slot, the puck came to him, he shot it, Mr. Foote and I prepared ourselves for disappointment, and Whitey made the save of his life to preserve the victory. Sweet victory. TB JF 





it Row: Adain Link, Matthew Leroy, Jacob La Brier, Graydon Gardner, Darren Iwai, Ben Thomson, Matthew Galajda. 

)nd Row: Mr. Dave Stewart, Esq. Paul Bedard, Esq. Avery MacKenzie, Will Ashton, Jerod Forte, Eric Lowry, Liam Joiner, 

el Paspalofski, Holls MacKenzie, Mr.James MacPherson, Esq. 

ling: Kyle Hunter, Adam Sinclair, Griffin James, Parker Harris, Gian Paulo laboni. . ^ 



We ended the year with a 7 and 5 record and lost to 
St. Mike's in the semi-final, in what turned out to be a 
tremendous game considering the fact that we had 
only 1 1 skaters and a goaltender! At times this 
season, however, the highlights were off ice, rather 
than on it. Before a game, our bus driver asked if you 
knew the short fellow who worked at SAC. Who. Chris 
Papalia? "Yes, that's him", she said. "Does he have a 
girlfriend?" None of us really knew. She continued, 
"well, is he Jehovah's witness, because my daughter 
is a devout Jehovah's Witness." We told her that we 
didn't think so. 'Too bad", she said. "He's a nice boy". 
On another bus ride. Coach MacPherson had to call 
the bus drivers wife to explain to her why he was going 
to be late for dinner. "She won't believe me. but she 
might believe you!" On the ice was an adventure, too. 
Liam Joiner scored his first SAC goal this year and 
asked to keep the puck. I said no problem, but know 
that your account will be charged S2.50. Finally, at 
random times during the season. Leroy would just yell. 
"Scrimbo", even while on the ice during the game. In 
the end, we had a team of characters and it was an 
enjoyable season. Our goal was to make the playoffs 
and be competitive in every game, and we 
accomplished both. 

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First Row:Mikel Devlin, Will McHenry, Daniel Cheung, Lucas La Brier, Connor Sleeth, Sebastian Giorgio, Steven Daher, Connor Iwai, Macleod Houghton, 
John Jr. Hopkinson 

Second Row: Mr. Greg Reid Esq., Matthew Medhurst, Austin Brett, Will Sirman, Regan Kimens, Greg Hoogers, Jon Malowney, Wells Karabin, Luca Zadrs 
Parker Boland, Mr. David Galaida Esq. 




Season Record - 
7 W 11 L 

Top Three Season Highlights: 

3. The improvement this team made f i 
November to March - staggering. Tef ! 
that destroyed us early in the season \f 
struggling when they played us in late 
February and March. That was evider 
when we beat Nichols school in Buffal ( 
February in a key game - as their coa 
said to me that we were, "a very 
disciplined group of players." 

2. Defeating Crescent in front of 200 c 
their fans at their 'hockey day' in a do- - 
die game for the final CISAA play-off 
spot... we won, 6-3. 

1 . Narrowly losing to eventual the 
eventual CISAA champions in the qua3' 
finals - we really were the most improN 
team in the league! DG i 



U12 hluak-jy 




: Row : Aiden Bradley, Jack Kensit, Owen Laffey, Ryan Lindsay, Andrew Boland, Christian D'Alessandro, 

)nd Row: Adam Darvay-Cannavor, Mr. Chris Papalia Esq., Nolan Michelberger, Andy Han, Justin Aquin, Thomas Childerhose, Arya Mizrahi, 
;hall Moore, Coulson Link, Sam Ashton, Bill Starke, Spence Berman, Mr. Ben Kitagawa Esq., Justin Cheung, Cam McArthur 




e inaugural year of St. Andrew's 
3ge U12 hockey, Mr. Papalia and I 
J put in charge of the youngest 
cey players at the school. Since Mr. 
alia and I are the shortest teachers 
e school, this seemed like a natural 
,fter try outs, and seeing the quality 
jr players, we knew we had a team 
could compete in this league, 
e the year started off with a loss to 
JOG grade 5's, we then went on a 7 
le undefeated streak which included 
1 win in a rematch with the UCC 5's. 
le end of the regular season, we 
5 ranked 2nd in the league with a 7 - 
1 record. In the playoffs, we beat 
5 in the quarter final and met the 
) Grade 5 Team in the semifinal. We 
leeded to beat them again and gain 
e swagger going into the 
npionship game, were we lost 7-0. 
ke to thank our student coaches, 
m DC and Cam McArthur for their 
rt throughout the year, and our 
9tics department, Mr. Bedard, Mr. 
ining and Mrs. Bedard for their 
ind the 



scenes work to 



Front Row: Mr. Lawrence DeMello Esq., Jordan Carter, Angelis Prattas, Jonathan Femi-Cole, 
Cole Sopik, Michael Marcantognini, Alex Bowlin 
iMiddle Row: Coach Gad Perlmutter, Mr. Sean Ludwig Esq. 

Back Row: Rahim Ladak, Quinton Gray, Daniel Cummings, Chris Egi, Malcolm Carter, Tyler Plummer, 
Jackson Redmond, Michael Mardini 
Absent: Mr. Claude Nembhard 



This year was another very exciting year for the 1st Basketball program at St. Andrew's. It has been incredible to see the 
evolution of the program, and this year was the most talented team to take to the court for St. Andrew's in a long time. As a 
^^result, there were many highlights to the team's season. 
,- Tournament Finalists at the CAIS National Tournament, SAC Invitational, and Guy Vetrie Invitational 

- Honourable mention in the GTA 'Super Sixteen' for the first time in school history 
Recognition provincially and nationally, including visits from several NCAA Division 1 schools 

- Bedard Gym was packed on a regular basis to watch the team play thank you to all of the fans for supporting us at all of the 
home games, especially at the annual 'Spirit Night' game 

- The team is inching closer than ever to the goal of being the first team to represent SAC at OFSAA, and the returning playe 
our program should use this as motivation to continue improving, and something to strive to achieve next season. 

I want to thank our two managers, Michael Mardini and Alex Bowlin, for their great work this year with the team. They both d 
fantastic job this year tracking statistics, capturing game footage, and even updating the fans on Twitter. 

Thank you to all of the Seniors for their contributions to our program. - SL 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 



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Front Row: Ryan Neiman, Aman Nasser, Evan Sheridan, Arya Ashoori 
Middle Row: Mr.Michael Carroll Esq. Sean Huang, Brett Tomlinson, Ja 
William White, 

Back Row: Chris Merchant, Darien Arscott, Peter Godber 
Missing: Tom Wu 

Season Highlights 
Season record: 7-6 

Gold medalists at the St Mary's Invitational tournament 
Bronze medalists at the Rockway Invitational tournament 
First CISAA Division 2 playoff appearance 

Your 201 3 JV Saints will be remembered for their physical jjawtnafi'ce on the court and 
their flair for dramatic fourth quarter comebacks, -Afterstarting the season with a 0-3 
record, your JV Saints proceeded to win eleven of the next thirteen games including a 
bronze medal at the Rockway Invitational tournament and a gold medal at the St. Mary's 
Invitational tournament. The determination, character, and heart displayed by these 
young men throughout this season was clearly evident in our first Tier 2 playoff game 
at Bayview Glen. With a "bend but don't break" mentality, we battled defensively while 
Ryan Neiman sparked a struggling offence by draining 12 of his 29 points in the fourth 
quarter. Trailing by 1 1 points with 1 :03 remaining in regulation, Evan Sheridan nailed 
three three-pointers to close the gap to two points before the incredible comeback ran 
out of time. 

I would like to thank the following seniors for their hard work and dedication this season: 
Brett Tomlinson, Peter Qodber, Arya Ashoori, Evan Sheridan, Aman Nasser, Ryan 
Neima'fr; Sean Huang,-W4lJiam White, and Darien Arscott. MC 




Front Row: Charles Coppa, Harry Yang, Aaron Sum, Brandon Hayott, Au 
Jimmy Huang 

Back Row: Mr.Cameron Eby Esq. Burak Yalcin, Byron Mawaya, Dylan V 
Blair Xu 




Jack Turner, Joshua Carter. 



en, Evan Forth, James Michaelis, 



ina thi coa 



This season I had the privilege of being tha coach Jf the U-1 6A basketball team. Our league was clearty 
divided into the Haves and the Have Not'l; with no surprise St. Andrew's was firmly part of the Have's. 
Throughout the season, we experienced bur share of success, most namely winning the St. Andrew's 
Invitational Tournament at the junior divisibn. The steady leadership and versatility of our Captain Aaron 
Sum was crucial to our free flowing offense. He emerged as someone who could identify what the team 
needed during the game and go out and get the job done, often helping to provide the lesilience a good 
team desperately needs. Then there was our deadly duo, and the best backcourt in our league. Josh 
Carter and Brandon Haryott. It's hard to identify the success of one without highlighting the other. Josh 
is a steady defensive stalwart and an unselfish pass first point guard. Josh ran our offense masterfully, 
got others involved, and wanted to guard the other team's best player. Brandon was less disciplined on 
defense, but to his credit his gambles and reaches often forced turnovers or a seat on the bench. But it 
is Brandon's offensive game that sets him apart, he can flat out score. He's in range anywhere over half 
court and he carried our team offensively during many garties. Then there was Austin Hassani, our team 
MVP, our heart, our leader. He provided us with big playis when we needed them, he left everything and 
more on the court every game. He improved his''3 point shooting, his dribble attack and his post-game. ' 
There were few players in the league that corftbined his strength and believe it or not, his speed. "Vou 
can tell Austin is a well-trained multisport ath)^ as he doesn't fit the mold of a traditional basketball 
player. He doesn't shy away from contact^ Jiitkt^pite my pleas from the sideline he whips passes the 
length of the court with ease. When buF-team was down he helped lift us back up. his energy and emotion 
was what set him apart as the key to our success. "Big Body" Burak Yalcin was our team MIP. He 
learned quickly, used all of his fouls and brought with him a lot of Turkish flair. Our team was a young 
team, and I look fbnward to bringing back a number of key players to make another run at it after a summer 
full of hard work! Thank you to all member of the team for a great year. CE 




By most accounts, the U 
Basketball season was succes: 
The goal of our program is to pron 
individual and team development, 
dictum, 'work hard, play hard' was' 
appropriate to this group of yo 
athletes. There wasn't a practice wt 
we didn't have a laugh or two! 

Our season record was 6-6. After e 
start, the team worked hard and 
our last 5 games. We had a great 
against VilTanova at the quarter f 
and ended with an unfortunate los 
the eventual champions De La S 
Without doubt our main goal was i 
and for that we owe additional thf 
to Mr. Sean Ludwig who he 
educated us on team defense 
offence. 



Although we were not champions, 
Jakubovic and I thank all playerj 
their contributions to this year s 
A special shout-out to assistant caf 
John Polemediotis, and to Caf 
Kunal Khemani for their valu 
contributions this season. JL 




measures your success by 
id losses, then it is clear that 
jer 14 basketball team is one 
least successful teams this 
was obvious early on that the 
;rs of this team were not as 
not as experienced and not 
IS their opponents. At this time 
/s had a choice to make. To 
edit they chose to give their 
ist in every game. It was quite 
in for the opposing coaches to 
!nt on the team's tenacity and 
ination regardless of the result 
scoreboard. So the players 
) define success as the 
:ment to hard work and 
3 to teammates when game 
ns became difficult. Using this 
)n, this year's Under 14 
Dal! team had much success. 
i\ highlight of the season was 
ation to participate in a Can- 
irnament in Houston, Texas. 
•am travelled south in late 
/ and was excited to arrive in 
/vith the temperature at a lofty 
ees Celsius. During their visit, 
ad a chance to visit the 
n Space Center and travel to 
ton on the shores of the Gulf 
CO. The boys were billeted by 
5 from our host school and 
meed some wonderful Texan 
lity. I would like to thank Mr. 
or his assistance and all the 
for being such great 
sadors for SAC. 



U14 Basketball 





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Front Row: Mr. David Josselyn Esq., Branson Johnson, Warren Zhang, Galium Macpherson, Nicholas Badali, 
Mr. Justin Chow Esq. 

Back Row: Mark Polemidiotis, Ewan Fox, Rickie Tang, Hashim Baloch, William Wang, Joshua Dunn, Leo Li 




The Under 13 Basketball season 
started on a very bad note. We lost 
our starting centre, for the entire 
season, after one game to a broker 
leg. Our league had many very goo 
teams in it and winning games was 
very challenging. Despite losing all 
games for the first half of the seaso 
the boys showed true grit and 
determination and we finally won oi 
first game late in January. We then 
entered the CMS national tournamf 
where we won the consolation 
championship with 5 wins in 3 days 
competition. Our championship 
banner hangs proudly on the wall 
behind you. 

Mr. Chau and I would like to 
congratulate every player on the te^ 
as they each improved remarkably 
from the beginning of the year. 
Congratulations gentleman. DJ 



irt o( a very exciting meeting a couple 
en we were officially told about tfie introduction 
ade 5 program at St. Andrew's. The plan 
J particularly sweet to me as the U12 
all coach. I had visions of tryouts with 25-30 
m both grades fighting for positions on the 
his vision was short-lived, however, as the 
n that caught my attention at that meeting was 
duction of the U12 Hockey team . . . Now U12 
is a fantastic program as you'll hear later this 
, and I am more than happy to share our 
young athletes, but it did create a slightly 
reality for U12 Basketball; As it turned out I 
/ lucky to have 15 enthusiastic young men try 
ie team. I kept them all and we entered the 
in with a roster made up of 6 players from 
and 9 players from grade 5. Despite the youth 
:perience on the team, speed, strength, and 
e never really an issue as our boys always did 
i by playing their hearts out with a style that 
1 ferocious defence and exciting scoring plays; 
nd of the season, we were seeing points put 
most all of our players from outside shots, hard 
1 the hoop, and accurate free throws. The one 
' challenge that we couldn't overcome was 
Ing. Our big men under the basket always 
to be fighting for rebounds against players 
e 6 or 8 inches taller, and this would prove to 
ndoing on many occasions. Regardless, we 
aged to keep most of our games close thanks 
forts of all of our players; our point guards, 
latthew, and Michael; our shooting guards 
i, Chris Yi, and Billy; our small forwards 
Bryce, and Dillon; our power fonwards Jacky, 
and Alex; and our centres, Alexei, Brendan, 
3. Well done boys! SL 



U J2 EimlVdi'i^ 




Front Row: Billy Sun, Alexei Lisin, Ryan Sutherland-Pace, Cole Nip, Dorian Jones, Bryce Neil, Dillon Appelbe, 
I Jacky Guo 

Back Row: Connor Broekaert, Brendan Dilworth, Chris Yi, Alex Krylov, Chris Liu, Matthew Sun, Michael Sun, 
I Mr. Scott Lewis Esq. 



1 St Swimming 



Lead by our strong Captain, Keaton Ward and Assistant captains, IVIatthew Clian and 
Aaron Leung, and team manager, Alex Auger, our U16, JV and 1st teams were 
confident, strong and very successful tfiis year. 

The season started strong with Justin McNamara breaking our school record in the 200 
freestyle. Along came the CISAA Championship in Mid- February at the University of 
Toronto, when Keaton Ward brol<e the school record in the 100 breaststroke for the first 
time. Swimmers had very strong performances with our senior boys team placing 2nd 
and our Junior (U16) boys winning the championship. Our young team had results that 
surprised the swimmers themselves: New swimmers to the team, David Hastings-Grgas, 
JongHoon Kim and Rambod Rezaie had outstanding races that were not only personal 
bests but were also point scorers, contributing greatly to the Championship win! 
From this meet, we had 1 1 OFSAA QUALIFIERS. Our Junior and Senior boys were 
small teams of 5 and 6, which were fierce and feared by the other teams. Both teams 
again, had outstanding swims and placed 3rd and 4th respectively. 
From this meet, we had 1 1 OFSAA QUALIFIERS. Our Junior and Senior boys were 
small teams of 5 and 6, which were fierce and feared by the other teams. Keaton Ward 
won triple gold in the 100 breaststroke, 4x50 Freestyle relay and Medley relay, which 
was a thrilling race from start to finish. Justin McNamara also won triple gold in the 
100backstroke,4x50 Freestyle relay and Medley relay, Mark Chan won silver in the 100 
IM, along with Gerardo Gadsden and alternate Matthew Chan, all were part of the 2 
senior relay teams who took home gold. Our junior boy's 200 Medley team (Jason Li, 
Justin Lee, Cedric Lau, and Elliott Powers, Alternate Russell Cheng) and 4x50 free relay 
team ( Elliott Powers, Juan Carlos Artigas, Jason Li, Cedric Lau and Alternate-Russell 
Cheng) took home silver and bronze medals. Cedric Lau .also won the bronze medal for 
the Jr. Boys 50 breaststroke. Overall, the boys placed 3rd and 4th respectively. 
Honorable mention goes to Jason Li who won his race at CISAA and then placed 7th in 
the Jr. 50bk. 

Thank you to our new assistant coach: Mr. Trevisan, we could not have accomplished all 
that we did without your support, knowledge and brilliant coaching. Hosting meets is a 
very daunting task. Thank you as well to all of the lifeguards, volunteers, staff, faculty 
and I.T. who assisted with hosting our meets. Thank you and congratulations. 




First Row: Christine McCue Esq., Young Woo Jin, Brian Wang, Estanislao de la Torre Garcia, 
Gerardo Gadsden Gonzalez, Willian Liang, Matthew Chan, Matt Trevisan Esq. 

Second Row: Aaron Leung, Tim Chuk, Aidan Bertolas, Luke Simpson, Keaton Ward, David Zu, Mark Chan 
Absent: Justin McNamara 





Our MS swimmers this year were full of energy and tfie desire to improve ttieir 
swimming tectiniques. They worked hard at each practice, were determined to 
improve their strokes and times throughout the season, and finished with more 
than twenty top-ten finishes at the CISAA championships. This is quite 
impressive given that our students compete against schools where the majority of 
their team is made up of club swimmers. 

We are very excited to see what our younger swimmers can accomplish as they 
get bigger, faster, and stronger in the next few years. We also hope that all of our 
grade eights continue swimming with Ms. McCue and Mr. Trevisan next year. 

Some of our season highlights Included: 

Personal best times by every swimmer at every meet that they competed in all 
season 

All of our athletes learning to streamline, dive, flip turn, and breath successfully 
which was a huge accomplishment for our boys given that many of them were 
new to the sport. 

Some of our swimmers interesting use for items acquired from the pool's lost & 
found 

And the ever-popular granola bars thoughtfully provided by the Dining Hall for all 
of our bus rides home from the various competitions. 




I 



tmm Squash 




Datia, 

'0, 



The 1 St Squash Team has h, 
a great run with 
championship seasons in 
row. We knew the chances 
extending the streak one mc 
year would be very tougli, V 
graduated 4 players and th 
had to face the devastating lo 
of Josh Mahfood, our c 
captain, at Christmas due to 
injury. So, effectively we had 
rebuild with only 4 of 9 returni 
players. But this is what hi 
school squash is all abo 
giving the opportunity to you 
players to step up and compf 
at the 1st team level. So, w 
this being a rebuilding year, > 
did very well finishing in seco 
place to Nichols School bv 
score of 92-87. 

So, the winning streak |- 
come to an end after 
seasons, but that just moc 
we have a chance to set a n 
record and that starts n 
year. Looking ahead to n 
season we are graduating o 
2 of our top 9. This is a gr 
sign. As a squash progr 
from U1 4 to 1 St we are alw; 
rebuilding from within 
school. We have some gc 
players coming up, but we 
always looking for m 

: players. So, if you are a te 
sports guy looking to try 
individual sport, or you an 

I vnunn .student who ha.<? not 



Back Row: Mr. Steve Rush Esq. Aidan Calverley, Andy lee, Matthew Guizzetti, Karim Po| 
William Allen, Jackie Wong, Henry Hsieh, Jaewoo Kang, 

Front Row: Kevin Chong, Francois Yoshida-Are, Joshua Mahfood, Alex Seto, Adrian Go) 
Graeme Allison, Scott Elliott 
Missing: Edric Wong, Hans Weng MinHyuk Ji 



found his sport, or you 
looking for a great crc 
training sport to keep fit c 
the winter, we are alw 
looking for new guys at thai 
and U16 levels. Try out r 
year. SR 




U16 squash team tried 
hing different this year. With . 
yers on the squad and only' 
3 to play in any of our league ' 
5ts, we decided to go with ] 
en teams. Each team played j 
f of our six fixtures. This' 
id in pretty intense ^ 
itition for those in the bottom I 
our rankings, but it ensured ! 
Diaying time arid fairly equal ! 
ipment for everyone on the ! 

Despite the obvious ' 
antage, we still finished ! 
1 play with a winning record , 
natch wins and 36 losses. ] 
3w we would be in for a close ; 
ithUCC in the CISAA finals, i 
I, because both of our match j 
ainstthem were 6-4 losses. . 
final tournament each team \ 
only their top 7 athletes, 
for St. Andrew's were: { 

Krishnan at #1 
96 at #2 
/lackey at #3 
5hin at #4 
Math at #5 
fj Crawford at #6 
iuchan at #7 

)minated at the top three 
going undefeated 
hout the entire CiSAA 
ment. However, we lacked 
depth to match this 
nance at the lower ranks, 
a full day of some great 
T played by all teams, the 
5sult came down to a one 
lifferential between us and 
UCC took their first U16 
1 CISSA title in over a 
3 by a score of 58 to 57. 
gh a heartbreaking loss, all 
athletes can be proud of their 
work and dedication 
hout the season. MS 




Squash 




Back Row: Jose Pablo Anaya Villar, Nickolas Bell, Justin Laird, Drake Porter, John Little, 
Mohamed Alghamdi, Adamo D'Angelo 
I Middle Row: Mr. Mark Service Esq. Ryan Gold, Mikel Lanzagorta Murlllo, Dhruv Krishnan, 
Andrew Crawford, Eugenic Olhovich Simon, John Buchan, Nikhil Nath 
Front Row: Ji Sang Jeon, Mark Mackey, Tiger Xu, Alex Solorzano, Alex Lee, Ryan Shin, 
Cole Macgregor 




U 1 4 Squash 




Fencing 





r\ o \j • ■ n r> 



ROW:William Shields, Cleander Yu, Jonah Pawluk, Donald Kwok, Oscar Qi, 
an Tse, Jean-Phillippe McCluskey 

ND ROW: Mr. Stanley Lee, Darrian Spampinato, Ben Paul Jiang, Victor Li, Michael 
gs-Grgas, Donald Carswell, Joshawa Ri, Mr. Nick Priore 



The 2012-13 season had thirteen boys 
on the fencing team. We had eight new 
members joining this year including 
experienced fencers Jean-Philippe 
McClusl<ey, Victor Li, and Cleander Yu. 
Michael Hastings-Grgas captained the 
team for a second year. Team members 
competed at several individual and team 
foil tournaments. At our annual St 
Andrew's Fencing Challenge the A-team 
(Michael HG, JP McCluskey, Ken 
Zheng) won Gold in Division A. The B- 
team (Joshua Ri, Victor Li. Jonathan 
Tse) won a Silver medal in Division B. At 
the Arc Angels OFFSA invitational the A- 
team (Michael HG, JP Mcluskey, Donald 
Carswell, Joshua Ri) won Gold, and the 
B-team (Victor Li, Jonathan Tse. 
Cleander Yu, Ken Zheng) won the 
Bronze medal. The MVP is Michael 
Hastings-Grgas and MIP is Oscar Qi. 
The team had great results and we look 
forward to many more duels 
season. 



tsf Alpine Skiing 




prospects for this 2012-13 season. The leai 
certainly the deepest that we have had in 
years and we seemed poised to have all 
pieces in place to mal<e a really strong run a, 
CISAA championship which has eluded us lo 
last few years. 

There was only one thing missing. Snow, Di 
poor conditions we were forced to cancel almo; 
of our on hill practices which really put our 
experienced skiers at a disadvantage. Despili 
setback, however, our racers worked extremel 
in all of our dry-land training sessions which fo( 
on core strength, agility, and balance. This cer 
gave them an edge when it came to race 
Immediately our JV teams demonstrated thai 
were the team to beat. Fueled by outsia 



First Row: Ian Chappel (Manager), Joseph Manchia, Kevin Leslie, Geoffrey Wei, John Sandham, 
Marc Romanin, Roland Hyncht, Will Pidduck, David Zulian 

Second Row: Mr. Day Esq., Will Thompson, Andrew Clark, Ben Elliot, Victor Reshetnikov, Alec Mulder, 
Cameron Lawrence, Zipeng Wang, David Pierson, Mr. Inglis Esq. 




U14 Alpine Skiing 



ly 4 returning racers 
;t season, it seemed as 
this would be a 
ng year for the U14 
Ski Team! However, with 
ition of 5 new boys that 
competitively for various 
the Collingwood area 
n had the potential to 
^e for top spot at each of 
yidual races. 

nately, this season our 
f night training sessions 
It short due to poor 
' conditions! However, 
he fact that over half the 
ced with their outside 
the weekends, the boys 
epared and ready to 
e every Wednesday. The 
I the team should be very 
f their third place finish 
Z\SAA championships. 





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First Row: Marcelo Perez Tobias, Tristan Tsvetanov, Vicente Tricio-Sesma 
Second Row: Logan Ward, Beto Simon Baz, Jolin Joseph Mitchell, 
Ben Kastelyanets, Liam Smith 

Third Row: Curtis Lai, Louis Tsoi (Kwol<), llya Zaretskly, Genaro Borrego Simon, 
Eli Elizundia Domit, Jack Irwin 

Forth Row: Mr. Adam Kowaltschuk Esq., Tobias DIeckmann, Jacob King, 
Andrew Ladouceur, Kenny Wu, Mr. Brian McCue Esq. 

Fifth Row: Ben Harrison, Scott Wood, Jin Hyunk Yu, Jack Bahen, Austin Valjas 



Despite a late snow and a lack of public scnool 
participation this year, the CIS Nordic Sl<i program continue( 
push on with determination and ambition. Twenty-three yoi 
men from Grade 8 to Grade 1 2 took part in what was one of 
most demanding, and most successful Nordic seasons in 
Andrew's history. The late snowfall allowed us to focus thef 
SIX weeks on our fitness training. We became very good frier 
with the Insanity workout programs as well as running throi 
the local trails and working on our hill training at the Aurora v 
tower. The lack of public school teams racing worked in 
favour, as it allowed us to gain a higher profile with the local 
clubs and University teams around Ontario. Our 
participated in a number of high school races, as well as 
Ontario Provincial championship race held at Duntrt 
Highlands Nordic centre. For the first time in over a dozen ye; 
St. Andrew's hosted the CIS Championship race at our i 
training club at Hardwood Hills, and we were proud to b 
home both the Junior and Senior Boys Team Trophies for 20 
Our team members gave a solid effort throughout the train 
season, whether working out in the Cadet range afterschool 
training on snow at Hardwood Hills. As usual, our first yearski 
equaled the number of veteran skiers on the 
Nevertheless, our team raised the bar to the highest level e\ 
with members competing at local club races, Ontario Cup rac 
and Provincial biathlon races. Andrew Ladouceur led Biath 
Team Ontano at the national championships at Val Cart 
Quebec and just last week, Austin Valjas raced at the Canad 
Nordic Championship races in Whistler SC. This season 
saw many exemplary young men pursue excellence throi 
the Nordic ski program. Our Junior Team Champions consis 
of first year skiers Liam Smith, and Inigo Elizundia alongs 
veteran skiers Ben Kastelyanets, Logan Ward and Au 
Valjas. Our Senior team consisted of first year skiers Jacob ¥ 
and Tobias DIeckmann, alongside veteran skiers Ben Harris 
John Joseph Mitchell and Scott Wood. Veterans and newsk 
alike gave their full effort to achieve championship r 
season. We would like to recognize our graduating stud 
Scott Wood and Team Captain John Joseph Mitchell, 
lads were the heart of the team and provided unbeliev^ 
leadership. We will certainly miss you both.. AK & BM 



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it Row: Dr. David Joiner Esq., Felix Wong, Thomas Sinclair, Aaron DeGagne, Michael Chiang (Boys 
)), Mrs. Melissa Ramon Esq. 

ond Row : Brandon Coverdale (Open Skip), Dong-Geun Cho, Joel Lat, Jordan Brown, Angus Lee 
sing: Zakir Virani, Nicholas Chow 



r's curling Saints began tine year with great promise. Botti line Boys and Open division teams saw t 
players come bacl< to fill their ranks. In fact, we only welcomed two new curlers to the sport this 
lile both those new curlers became contributors to the team in their turn, it was the hard work and 
in of the veterans and their willingness to embrace some new and sometimes unorthodox coaching 
that made the season such an ovenwhelming success. 

AA pre-season bonspiel gave us a good look at the competition, and an opportunity to give the 
jps a try before beginning regular season play. Your Saints played well, and brought home every 
hardware available to them, including the top two skills competition teams, and 1st and second 
'erall. It's the fourth consecutive win for St. Andrew's at the opening bonspiel. 
CISAA league play, we were the dominant force in both divisions, with both teams going undefeated 
sason (rink Chiang had a perfect record). Although it seemed like completing a perfect season by 
the final CISAA bonspiel should be easy, I had been overconfident before in this situation, and 
at it can all fall apart in the CISAA finals. Despite a set of final games that kept both coaches 
, and pacing the floor, your curling Saints captured CISAA gold in both divisions, a feat that has 
accomplished by any other school to-date! 

CISAA gold medals confidently around their necks, our Boys division team of Michael Chiang, 
eGagne, Felix Wong, Jordan Brown and Brandon Coverdale as alternate looked ahead to the 
championship in Ottawa. Once again, based on our league record, we were placed in a very 
ive pool, with the eventual second and third place teams in the province. It was another lesson in 

but an excellent chance to get out on the ice with the best in Ontario. Our curlers will most likely 
0 watch the Briar some day and say that they hung in tough with the best in Canada. As in previous 
:ompetitions, our goal was to win more ends than ever before, a goal that we were able to surpass, 
nts displayed great sportsmanship, played with conviction and lost with grace, winning the respect 
es, officials and players from other schools and we are incredibly proud of their accomplishment! 




Battlefield 



's Tour 



The trip was once again a huge success. We began in 
Normandy, combing through countryside where the l<ey battles 
of the summer of 1944 took place. We visited the American 
Cemetery at Colville, had dinner in Le Mesnil Patry with some 
townspeople who were liberated by the Canadians and we paid 
homage to those lost in battle in a candlelight service at the 
Canadian War Cemetery at Beny Sur Mer. 

From there we ventured north into Belgium where we toured the 
sacred sites of Ypres. During the Menin Gate ceremony (which 
occurs daily), Joseph Shields '15 was asked to pipe the lament 
for approximately 2,000 people. This was a significant 
undertaking and he earned many compliments from the 
onlookers. 



We then moved in the Somme area where we toured the 
trenches of Beaumont Hamel, the site of the Newfoundland 
Regiment's fight on July 1 , 1916. From there, we finished the 
tour at the most famous Canadian site, Vimy Ridge. This was an 
extraordinary way to finish a glorious tour. 



This trip remains significant because the young Andreans who 
take this tour gain an understanding of the finality of war and the 
idea of Remembrance. And, for the young men who have gone 
on the Tour and the 23 who ventured forth this year, they will 
work hard to uphold the motto of the #142 St. Andrew's College 
j ^and Cadet Corps. PS 







mM 





First Row: Hunter Robertson, Bernardo Zavalva, Kevin Leslie, Mario Chiodo, Jolin-Joseph IVIitchell, Walid Siyam, 
Jeffery Banwell, Seth Noris, Justin Ford, Bo Zhang, Jose Artigas 

Second Row: IVlac Baker, Will Pidduck, Alexander Auger, Jacob King, Jin Hyunk Yu, Michael Mardini, Scott Wood, 
Duncan Robertson, Seijin Park, Cole Sopic. 

Third Row: Mr. Greg Shields Esq., Young Woo Jin, Sam Salomon, Khiari Lespere, Gerardo Gadsden Gonzalez, Jacob 
Kearly, Brandon Beniot, Rahim Ladak,, Galium Green, Fraser Sopic, Mr. Jon Butcher Esq. 
IVIissing: Ali Aboozadeh, Edward Essue, Lucas Hussey (Manager), Steph Koutsoukis (therapi; 



at a season! 

CMS National tournament was hosted on Vancouver Island by Shawnigan Lake school. In steady 
, against all expectations, and with only 14 players standing by the end of the final, we came away 
I the silver medal and a great experience. 

uming home to a very tough CISAA league we finished tied for 1st place having lost only a squeaker 
CS, we then fought our way past UCC to an amazing CISAA Final against TCS. 

I may recall me gushing over the fantastic game we played to win last year's CISAA championship - 
ime we were never supposed to win, but did win because of great defence. This season was in 
le ways even better: We knew we had the better offense - a spectacularly mobile pack, and the 
est set of backs in the league, and a very strong defense, but we also knew that ICS's defense was 
n better than ours. Unsurprisingly, the finals were one of the closest and most intense games rugby 
ever seen. Tied at 8 a-piece with 15 minutes to go and with a strong wind in ICS's favour, we 
laged to keep the ball in the ICS half for the final 15 minutes. Every time ICS got it they would kick 
)wnfield, only to see Mac Baker and Justin Ford return the punt back to the ICS half where we 
lid work it back up to their 22. With just 3 minutes left ICS finally gave up a penalty about 30 m out. 
kick into the stiff wind was a 50-50 prospect at best, but in the end championships are won when 
r best players play at their best. In this game everyone did, including Mac Baker who drove that kick 
ight through the uprights for the win and a glorious back-to-back championship for 1 7 of our players. 

> team was my favourite in 24 years of coaching. Hard working, positive, supportive, and very 

nted. Ihey are proof that nice guys do not finish last, when they work hard, they finish first. JB & GS 



First Row: Mohamed Alghamdi, Andrew Mackin, Liam Joiner (capt), Ben Thompson, Joseph Shields 
Second Row: Arthur Chiu, Eliott Aimuina Pica, Victor Reshetnikov, Aadam Ali, Cayne Lander 
Third Row: Mr. Stuart Swan Esq., Owen Luo, Daniel Paspalofski, Ahmed Izzeldin, Nathan Lee, Mr 
Jamie Inglis Esq. 

Last Row: Victor Said Ramos, Inigo Elizundia, Eugenio Olovich Simon, Pedro Ozores 



j14 Rugby team 
challenging 
)n: for the first 
ve were split 
:heU13's and 
der grade 8's 
sent up to play 
Nevertheless 
am endeavored 
rn the game, 
ome fears of 
I the ball into 
ct and 
standing 
Dns on the field, 
(s to all the 
for always 
g fun and being 
)portive of each 
even when we 
found ourselves 
game after 
■ AK & LP 




First Row: Mr. John Clements (Coach), Dalton Lehman, Karim Libien Abouzaid, Saajan Sethi, Sebastian Giorgio. 
Mario Vazquez. Mark Polemediotis 

Second Row: Tyler Thomas, Connor LeClaire, Wells Karabin, Emiliano Ventosa Pacheco, Johnny Yu, Michael Lakkotrypis, 
Mr. Adam Kowalchuk Esq. 

Third Row: Josh Dunn, Greg Vovtchenko, Stathi Douramakos, Ben Zhu, Greg Hoogers, Cooper Scullion-Smeenk. 
Tarun Sethi 

Missing: William Wang , Daniel Kim, Mr. Lawrence DeMello Esc 





L/73 Rugby 





Front Row: Mr.Terry Prezens Esq., Sean Denton, Jacob Crocker, Sterling Cochran, Ben van Eeden, Aidan Bradley, 
Jacky Quo, Ms.Samantha Scheepers Esq. 

Second Row: Thomas Childerhose, Riley Jackson, James Muenzenberger, Hashim Baloch, Peter Wu, Jack Davies 



The U13 rugby team's season can be characterized as 
one of perseverance and resiliency. Our team, comprised 
of mainly grade 6's was pitted against teams much larger 
and faster. Where UCC is finding all these 160 pound, 12 
year olds, is beyond the coaches. While we had some 
tough losses, what always emerged was an enthusiasm 
for the game and a desire to keep playing. In our first 
jw^tournament at UCC, we had four players sustain injuries 
^^which took them out of the game, but we still managed to 
finish the match one man short. They continue to remind 
|||us coaches what sportsmanship is all about. At the CISAA 
l^-^finals, the refs and opposing coaches commented how our 
^' ^boys were playing "good rugby," and we hope to build on 
the great tries and tackles we had seen this season to 
improve next year. For making great progress with his 
tackling, not to mention the ever-present smile on his face, 
this season's MIP is Thomas Childerhose. This season's 
MVP, goes to our top scorer, and most fearless player, 
Peter Wu. TP & SS 



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Peter Wu 





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farsity Bcidwinton 




It Row: Gary Zhou, Edric Wong, Rex Liu, Billy Wu, Andre Chan, 
am Qui, Jack Park, Eddie He 

ond Row: Henry Hsieh, Evan Moon, Field Tian, Jason Zhang, 
Joo, Jae Woo Kang, Douglas Lee 
sing: Mr. Marke Jones Esq. 



Today we celebrate the success of our season, 
say good-bye to our graduating players, and 
look optimistically towards next year. As for 
most worthwhile pursuits, success demands 
dedication, discipline, focus, and complete 
commitment. Clearly the focus of our season is 
on preparing for the CISAA Championship. 
Fluanting our season record - as good as it was 

- would be unduly pretentious because the skill 
level in our league is so diverse. Year in. year 
out, our true competition comes from the likes 
of UCC, RSGC, SMC, CS, and DLS. 

Last week, 16 schools sent teams to the CISAA 
Championship tournament at Number College. 
Each team fields 3 singles players and 2 
doubles teams. Both individual and team 
awards are up for grabs. I would be remiss if I 
did not acknowledge that we had a great draw. 
We could see that if everybody brought their A- 
game, all of our players could make to the final 
round. That is exactly what happened. When 
the dust settled, the individual medal count was 
as follows: 

Andre Chan; #1 Singles Player - Gold 
Henry Hsieh; #2 Singles Player - 3rd place 
Field Tian; #3 Singles Player - Silver 
Jae Woo Kang & Douglas Lee #1 Double Team 

- Silver 

Jason Zhang & Edric Wong #2 Doubles Team - 
Silver 

For the overall team championship, points are 
awarded based on a players final standing. In 
the end SAC and UCC had 63 points each. We 
share the CISAA Championship with UCC. 
A special thanks to our development players. 
Gary Zhou, Eric Joo, Eddie He, Rex Liu, and 
graduating players William Qiu, Evan Moon, 
and Jack Park. MJ 




U16 Badminton 



i 




I could spend the next two minutes tryi 
to come up with funny one-liners ab 
what we did this year, but then I decid 
nah, what happens at U16 Badmint 
stays at U16 Badminton. 

Once the team's persistent fear 
goggles was conquered, we began 
focus our attention on the CISSA fin; 
We had a pretty good record through 
the season, winning some match-i 
handily so went in to the tourname 
relatively confident that we'd walk aw, 
with some medals; and we did. Silv 
medal winners include: First Double 
Justin Lee and Mark Chan, Third SingI 
Tiger Xu and First Singles Keven Chor 
Our Second Singles team of Andrt 
Crawford and Yan Xu fought hard a 
took home a gold medal each. All the 
medals gave us a second place fin 
overall. PT 




Front Row: JiSang Jeon, Gordon Xiong, Ryan Shin, Mark Chan, Andy Park 
Back Row: Tiger Xu, Yan Xu, Andrew Crawford, Kevin Chong, Justin Lee, 
Mr. Paul Totera Esq. 




U14 Badminton 



U14 Badminton team had 
:cessful season this term, 
boys always played their 
earning a record of 5-4. 

entered CISAA with 
dence and it definitely 
^ed on the courts. The boys 
3d off strong, but in the end 
played more games than 
were used and eventually 
ome steam. One player did 
ven break a sweat and won 
/ single game he played, 
e he placed 1st in first 
9S. Congratulations to Kyle 
1. Overall the boys placed 
an achievement they 
Id all be proud of. DJ 



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■ 




Back Row: Kevin Kuan, Tony Sul, Randy Lee, Chad Li, Leo Li 

Middle Row: Trew Morris, Baron Liu, Jeffery Chen, Justin Lynn, Sean Lindsay, Mr. Dennis Jumaquio Esq. 
Front Row: Andrew Boland, Branson Johnson, Kyle Chen, Rickie Tang , Joseph Yazdani, Ryan Sutherland-Pace 






First Row : Evan Sheridan, Nicl< Bell, Jacon LaBrier, Russell Cheng, Jack Little, Alex Oushalkas, Matthew Leroy, Mr. Chris Papalia Esq. 

Second Row: Mr. Len Gurr Esq,. Joey Bruccoleri, Will Merkel, Linden Sturrock, Graydon Gardner, Austin Hassani, Connor Ritchie. Mr. Trevor Biasi Esq 

Third Row: Matthew Graham, Jack MacDonald, Graeme Allison, Erik Kimmerer, Thomas Little, Justin McNamara, Christian Settino (Manager) 



The baseball team entered 2013 with high hopes. Buoyed by the addition of the most intense coach at St. Andrew's College, Mr. 
Papalia, and his years of college playing experience, we were ready to tackle the season. The year started with lots of practices in the 
Summer 365 facility and a bunch of rainouts reducing our 17 game schedule to 10. 

When the season started at TCS's showcase tournament, we were looking pretty good. We won our season opener against Ashbury, 
26-0 and thought, "hey, we're pretty good". In our second game we were beaten 1 1-7 by King City, and we thought, "hey, we're not as 
good as we thought this morning." We regrouped the next day and won the bronze medal. 

Later, we avenged our loss to King City with a clutch 5-3 win in our own Tournament. We then closed out the season with a win and 
defeated Trinity College 5-2 in the league semi-final to earn a place in the CISAA championship vs our old nemesis, St. Mike's. This 
story does not, however, have a fairy tale ending and we lost the final to St. Mike's who will go on a represent our league at OFSAA. 
Two noteworthy stories involve Mr. Papalia and Jake LaBrier. 

1 .In an early season game vs King City, we were down by a few runs (okay more than a few) and a King City player tried to stretch a 
double into a triple. This runs contrary to baseball etiquette. When the throw came to 3rd in plenty of time, I heard Mr. Papalia say to 
himself with much intensity, "Tag him in the face". Mr. Gurr and I said, "what did you say?" And he turned to us and said, "that was a 
greedy play. You know what happens to greedy players? They get tagged in the face!" He was just kidding. ..I think.... 
2. An equally funny moment came when Jake LaBrier was attempting to become the first player to hit one out of our beautiful new 
diamond. Lots of games so far, and zero homers. Well Jake was at the plate, and he hit a towering moonshot to left. I mean it was up 
there. Apparently, Jake thought it was a homer too. He flipped his bat and started the slow trot to first with a grin on his face. You can 
imagine his horror when he was 10 feet away from the plate, walking to first, when the ball hit the fence in the air and stayed in the park. 
The very next thing I heard was Paps yelling "run". Needless to say, Jake ran the rest of the way to first base and earned the longest 
single in the history of baseball. 

MIP - our MIP continues to develop into a dominant force for the team. In fact by the end of the season he was a regular starter in the 
lineup and actually started the championship game for us. The best part for us is that he's in grade 10. Austin Hassani. 
MVP - our MVP has been with the club for 4 years and he saved his best performances for the last two games of the season when it 
mattered the most. In the semi-final, he went 2 for 3 while throwing 5 innings of two-hit ball. In the final he was unavailable to pitch but 
had another solid day at the plate and made some great defensive plays. Our MVP is Erik Kimmerer. TB & LG 



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The U14 Softball team had another tremendous regular season, ending in a I 
way tie for 2nd place with UCC and Crescent. The boys played really well during ci 
short season and Impressed the coaches with their skill development, their positiv' 
and eager attitudes, and their overall love for the sport. We were very fortunate to! 
have Mr. Hanson join our team this year for his final coaching experience at SAC 
before his retirement. The boys and I were really disappointed not to have Coach 
Walden standing at first base, but were all thrilled to hear that Mr. Hanson had 
decided to coach a third term. He was no longer just our mascot and biggest fan • 
showed up to most games and practices, and was a positive addition to the team. 



First Row: Macleod Houghton, Brayden Byers, Arnoldo Lanzarin, Andrew Hoogers, Will McHenry, 
Nicholas Badali, Mr. Mike Hanson Esq. 

Second Row: Matthew Medhurst, Daniel Panzures, Alejandro Elizondo, Guillermo Rumbaut, 
Filip Grantcharov, Luca Zadra Missing: Mrs Randi Bernrian Esq. 



The first ever U12 Softball team took to the field this spring full of energy and eager to 
yplay ball! Despite the setbacks that the weather provided, the team member's spirits were 
[never dampened. The boys played well all season and continued to improve their skills. 
iMany of them proved to be diverse players, as they were called upon to fill different 
I positions. Although we were winless this season, we learned a lot of valuable lessons that 
will help us prepare for next year, and hopefully have a chance at redemption against our 
I rivals at UCC. Mrs. Rose-Donahoe and I would like to thank the entire team for a great 
[season. It was a lot of fun working with this spirited group of young athletes. NIVI 







First Row: Dillon Appelbe, Jack Kensit, Chris Y, Patrick Leclaire, Christian D'Alessandro 
Second Row: Ms.Natalie McNair Esq, Ryan Lindsay, Samir Khaki, Bill Starke, Alexei 
Lisin, Mrs. Rose-Donahoe Esq. 

iThird Row: Brendan Dilworth, Marshall Moore, Joshua Osborne, Andy Han 



Varsity Tlnek 




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saac justine , Hollis Mackenzie, Abraham Ibrahim IVloustafa, Devon Walters, Angelis Prattas, Brandon Cercone, Jeremy Chow, Matthew Galajda, 
snzie, Matthew Tse, Adrian Goyo 

«: Matthew Trevisan Esq, Mark Mackey, Aaron Sum Jordan Carter, Liam Neuman, Adam Moodie, Austin Valjas, Brett Sterling, Ben Harrison, Jay Mackie, 
ton, Ivan Kam, Andrew Jun, Mr. Nick Tsioros Esq. 

Mr. David Galajda Esq, Tyler Walters, Quinton Gray, Roy Xu, Elliot Powers, Darien Arscott, Tyler Plummer, Kris Townsend, Mitchell Carter, 
imi-Cole, Conrad Scullion-Smeek Missing: Mr. David Galajda Esq. 




This year's Middle School track and 
field season was highlighted by many 
great individual performances, and 
ram. Although the weather didn't 
usually cooperate, our boys were 
dedicated and attended regardless. 
If there is one image that best 
captures the season it is our team 
practicing hurdles together, only 
sometimes clearing them, while a 
storm pelted them with hail and rain. 
As always our boys made the best of 
the situation, making sure to have fun 
along the way. 

The unique thing about track and field 
is that every grade practices together. 
We want to thank our grades 8's for 
doing an exceptional job of helping 
their peers master the skills 
necessary to be successful. It was 
great to see our grade 5's and 6's 
interacting with and learning from the 
older boys. We would also like to 
thank Mr. Tsioros and Mr. Trevisan for 
their help with the team. LS 




First Row: Jake Iwai, Bryce Neil, Matthew Sun, William Shields, Aidan Walters, Alex Krylov, Callum MacPherson, Connor 
Broekart, Michael Sun, Billy Sun, Osher Lee, Dorian Jones, Cole Nip 

Second Row: Mrs. Lori Smith Esq, Steven Daher, Matteo Fina, Mikel Devlin, Ryan Collis, Eric Situ, Victor Lopez, BetoSii 
Chns Liu, Hunter Appelbe, Jorge Chedraui, Julian Settino, Mr. Justin Chau Esq. 

Third Row: Liam Ennis, Todd Tian, Quinton Cochran, Brandon St. Pierre, Robert Wang, Byron Mawaya, Melvin Maroon, 
Asgari, Andrew Currie, Conor Woodroffe, Brandon Wang, Christopher Leung Missing: Mr. Jeff LaForge Esq. 




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Front Row: Mr. Paul Bedard Esq., Alex Seto, Ken Zheng, Justin Wong, West Ochocinski 
Aidan Calverley, Mr Trevor Redvers. 

Back Row: Alex Solorzano, Mac Mcintosh, Krisztian Fockter, Jason Graham, Victor Li, 
George Giuciureanu 



jr an incredibly difficult tryout period - 
ther Nature would not co-operate, the 
sity squad was finally established the 
' before our first match. The team 
jhed 4 and 2 in the regular season, 
ng into the final tournament, SAC was 
ided 6th. Playing with the youngest 
lad in the tournament, our team rallied to 
5h 4th, in a CISAA championship that all 
coaches agreed featured the strongest 
:l in many years. Congrats to a great 
formance overall. We are looking 
vard to having most of the team back 
:t year! 

m going to cut Trevor off here so as to 
ognize the graduating players who were 
only good players, but class acts on and 
the court. A personal thank you to Justin 
'ng, West Ochocinski, Mac Mcintosh and 
X Seto. PB 




U16 Tennis 




What a beautiful day today is! On days s 
today, I can't think of anything more iu 
being on a tennis court and hit a few tenni 
around. 

Unfortunately the weather was not so kind 
last two months, when unusually wet ar 
days were the norm. I mention this becau 
much of the season, we practiced and phi 
less than ideal weather, with temperaturei 
in single digits. Yet everyone on the tea 
there and never complained, as we can 
with drills and games in the hope of im| 
our game. I appreciate the dedication 
and I think it reflects a great deal of strern 
character. 

This IS one of the most talented teams 
ever coached. We get stronger every yf 
the problem is, so does everyone else. 
Competing at the U16 level is very chall' 
As a tennis team we are very much a 
power. Out of 8 teams in our league, 
comfortably in the middle. 
Tennis is a hard game, where there's a hi 
between the strongest teams and the wi 
For example, we beat Bayview Glen byj 
of 5-0, yet Appleby College will beat us 3 
UCC will beat them 5-0. 
We finished the season ranked #2 in ourdj 
and we played in the championship and 9 
fourth out of 8 teams, which is a respl! 
result. ' 
One of my fondest memories of the sea^, 
playing at Ridley College, on what waa; 
the first beautiful days of spring. It was wa 
sunny, and perfect for tennis. I 
On that day, Jurgen Jentsch, playing at 
down 7-3. Somehow, he managed to cor 
and tie the match at 7-7 before going a 
win It 8-7 in the tie-breaker. That was or 
best comebacks I have ever seen! TP \ 



Varsity Lacrosse 




Front Row: Keaton Ward, Ryan Shotbolt, Connor Rowntree, Burke White, Nicholas Whitelaw, Nicl< Fournier, Jonathan McConnell, 
Curtis Harvey, Devon de Langley, Jack O'Neil. 

Second Row: Austin Pugliese, Chance Rodin, C. J. Sifton, Dylan Sikura, Adam Darvay- Canavor, Reese Foegele, Zac Masson, Taylor PiliJ 
Bryce Johnson, Cam McArthur, Andrew Begg. 

Third Row: Mr. Joel Morrissey Esq, Darren Iwai, John Buchan, Logan Ward, David O'Connor, Bowen Reid, Riley Fischer, Jack Turner, 
Branden Fennell, Mr. Greg Reid Esq. 



Last spring when the 2012 lacrosse team finished the season winning the OFSAA Bronze Medal at the A/AA tournament in Peterborough| 
were very pleased with our results - and then as always, the worrying begins about next year! Once again we had graduated some outstan 
players and would have some big shoes to fill - Like Jamal's size 15's! On top of that we'd crossed the OFSAA magic cut-off between AAj 
AAA because we had 456 boys in the upper school last year. This would force us to play AAA/AAAA this spring for one year. With 18 senij 
the season proved to be a juggling act to keep all players engaged with meaningful roles and playing time, while still being able to developl 
younger players to take over the starting roles the following season. At our tryouts in January it became evident there would be no surprj 
with this team. With three players quitting the team from last year's roster, and no new players in grades 10-12, the team would continu 
build from within. Of our 14 new grade 9 players, 12 of them had come from our own U14 team under the tutelage of Mr. Cowell 
Chadsey; with the other two being new boys Cam Vallardo and Eric Lowry. The team had 2 expectations going into this season: One hunc| 
percent effort on and off the field - which we shortened to. . . "HUNDO"; and the second is GOLD - both CISAA and OFSAA. Our season be 
with training camp on the last weekend of the March Break in the Bedard Gym due to cold temperatures and lingering snow. After somei 
exhibition games, the team headed off to Columbus, Ohio for the Annual Wildcat Classic tournament in which the Saints finished secon 
Peter's Township from Pittsburgh. While in town, the team visited Ohio State University and saw the Buckeyes take on the Hobart Statesn 
The following weekend the JV and Varsity teams headed to Pittsburgh for a pair of games and a tour of Robert Morris University, and to! 
the Colonials take on St. Mary's in NCAA Dl lacrosse action. Back home we hosted our annual 4 team early bird tournament in which we finisii 
second, followed by our annual 8 team Championship tournament which we won in exciting fashion 9-8 over Assumption from Brantford. 
last tournament was at Trent University where although we went undefeated, we finished second due to the tournament's Goal differentici 
breaker. In the CISAA we won a nail-biter 9-6 over UCC in the semi's to earn the right to attend OFSAA and to take on SMC for the CIJ 
Championship. The championship game was hard fought and could have gone either way with the Saints hitting several posts late in the 
In the end, despite our "HUNDO PLUS" effort, SMC. prevailed 8-6. Over the course of 24 games, the boys have put together a fantastic i 
so far. The season finishes off this coming Monday and Tuesday as we head to Oshawa for the AAA/AAAA OFSAA Championship in ' 
we are seeded 5th out of 16 teams and will take on Msr. Paul Dwyer, Bill Crothers and Malvern Collegiate. To the graduating play^ 
congratulations on your SAC lacrosse careers and thank you for you hard work and dedication to the team GR 



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JV Lacrosse 




Back Row: Aidan Link, Cole Chapman, Jamie Finlay, Julian Smith-Voudouris, John Buchan, Will Ashton, Sachit Dhiman, Kyle Hunter. 
f\ Gavin Fox, Eric Lowry, Cam Vallardo, Tyler Sifton 

Front Row: Joel Morrissey, Esq. (Head Coach), Sam Harding, Adam Sinclair, Darren Iwai, Riley Fischer, David O'Connor (Capt.), 
Logan Ward (Capt.), Bowen Reid (Capt.), Griffin James, Drake Porter, Jack Turner, Matthew lezzi, Greg Reid, Esq. (Assist. Coach) 





Back Row: John Musgrave, Callum Murphy, Oh Harris, Nik Seidel, Jon Malowney, Will Sirman, John Hopkmson Jr., JP Schnabel 

Middle Row: Mr. F. Cowell Esq., Brady Reid, Owen Laffey , Coulson Link, Connor Sleeth, Matt Brenzel, Lucas LaBner, Andrew Jeffrey , Daniel Cheung, Mr. M. Chadsey Esq. 
Front Row: Sam Ashton, Evan Fox , Nolan Michelberger, Dylan Cowell, Patrick Turner, Nathan Chadsey, Chris Poropat, Spence Berman, Justin Cheung 



This year for U14 lax saw a jump in the 
number of interested players. We 
decided to keep 26 players which 
included 1 gr 5, 6 gr. 6's, 7, gr. 7's, and 
1 2 gr. 8's, of which only 7 were returning 
players. That also included 5 three year 
players and an impressive 8 players who 
are currently playing for the Newmarket 
Redbirds Field Lacrosse organization. 
Despite a 0-7 record, we scored 33 goals 
and had several hat tricks, first time goals 
and assists. Several games crept away 
from us through simple inexperience. 
And although not every player saw the 
amount of time on the field that they may 
have liked to have had, everyone saw 
game experience and we are looking 
forward to next year. Everyone now has 
game experience and has a better 
understanding of the game and its 
complexities. We graduate 12 players: 
Matt Brenzel, Dan Cheung, Dylan 
Cowell. Oli Harris. Andrew Jeffery, Jon 
Malowney, Callum Murphy, John 
Musgrave, Nik Seidel, Will Sirman, 
Connor Sleeth. and Patrick Turner. I 
hope all of you go out for the JV squad 
next year. And this might be the best time 
to advertise a new opening for a goalie 
a anyone interested in having a hard 
rubber ball thrown at you? We are taking 
candidates for next year! FC & MC 



>en\orGoJft 




nior Golf team had a wonderful 
. Two of the four Individual 
representing our league went to 
I. Marc Gallo and Mat Durisln. 

icond place finishes, one third 
lish and a fifth place rounded out 
3ue play. 



:hamplonshlp we won thi 
We lost to St. Mike's by 8: 
live. 



P for the year Is Mat Durlsin who 
3d 81.75 over the course of the 
, an Improvement of 4.5 strokes, 
shed the season with a score of 
g for 3rd lowest score with his 
player Jackson Redmond. Mat 
/ qualified at Red Crest to play at 
Ontario Men's Amateur 
ionship to be held later this 



/arsity Triathlon 





After our season rebuild in 2012, where we managed to lose all but one game, in 2013 we were victorious in all I: 
our very first game - a humbling experience against a TCS team who'd freshly returned from a pre-season tour' 
Bermuda. To our credit, we avenged that loss two weeks later with a convincing 84 run victory, 87 of those m 
contributed by returning guest powerhouse, William White. 



Our 3rd match was a real nail-baiter against UCC. Missing 5 key players, we only managed 53 runs. UCC, witit 
batters left, looked good to beat us late in the game before our bowlers overwhelmed them, squeaking out a narrjf 
two-run win. Last weekend, we finally put all our hard work of technical learning into practice, easily beating UCC. ili 
only gave up 3 wickets before passing their score of 68, earning league co-champion honours with TCS. it was Faheer'i 
second game in a row where he stayed in over an hour, this time retiring with partner Dhruv as they took us over ,! 
top. I 
Even hough we hit far more runs last season, this year's difference was in the skill of our bowling. Our top bowler v|5 
our co-captain and spinner Bobby, who took 1 0 wickets, allowing only 4.6 runs per. I 
Cricket is very much alive at St. Andrew's. As one of the school's longest running sports (114 years . . . ) sacci/ 
managed to win the league crown once in its first 100 years, despite having as many as 7 teams at once playingj^ 
the school. Since 1999, paired down to all but one Varsity team, we've won or been co-champs 7 times, and 3 oui'< 
the last 4 years. Not only did every player work hard in practice, this was easily our best group of supportive and posiljs 
mates in my 13 years with the team. Every moment together was great fun and we'll all miss it over the summer. Ij^ 



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Parker Boland 
Sebastian Giorgi 
Connor Iwai 



Branson Johnson 
Lucas La Brier 
Dalton Lehman 
Christopher Leun 



Leo Li 

Will McHenry 
Pedro Ozores 
Mark Polemidiotis 



Saajan Sethi 
Eric Situ 
Todd Tian 
Brandon Wang 





Matthew Brenzel 
Jeffery Chen 
Stathi Do urama kos 
Alejandro bli'lfindo 



Macleod Houghton 
Michael tj&kkotrypis 
Karim Libien 
i Victor Lopez 

Justin Lynn 
Jon Malowney 
J.P. Martin 



Byron Ma 



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Nolan Roy 
William Shields' 
Patrick Turner ' 




Grade 9 



Aadam Ali 
Elliot Almuina Pica 
Anuar Alum Canavati 
Jose Pablo Anaya Villar 



Will Ashton 
Aidan Bertolas 
John Buchan 
Alex Carter 



Joshua Cartel^ 
Cole Chapman 
Russell Cheng 
Arthur Chiu 
Nicholas Chow 



Andrew Crawford 
Adamo D'angelo 
Nicholas Daguiam 
Sachit Dhiman 



Jadyn Dragasevich 
Jonathan Filipopoulos 
Jamie Finlay 
Jerod Forte 
Gavin Fox 




Grade Nine 




Vitaly Godonoaga 
Ryan Gold 
ndon Gomes 
d Gorodetsky 



Brandon Haryott 
Kyle Hunter 
Jack Irwin 
Ahmed Izzeldin 



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Jl Sang Jeon 
Benjamin Jiang 
Isaack Justine 
Jong Hoon Kim 
Donald Kwok 



Alec Kyle 
Cayne Lander 
Mikel Lanzagorta 
Murillo 

Cameron Lawrence 
Nathan Lee 

Jason Li 
Weitao Li 
Matthew Lim 
Aidan Link 
Artiom Lisin i 



Grade Nine 




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Julian Smith-Voudouris 
Alex Solorzano Orozco 
'Darrian Spampinato 
Felix Tricio-Sesma 



Grade Ten 




Grade 1i 




irade Eleven 




t-ade Eleven 





Sajjad Akbar 



House: Smith 
Years at SAC: Six 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Soccer (CISAA Champions) 
Clubs & Positions Held: 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Community Service Hours: 70 



William Allen 



House: Ramsey 
Years at SAC: Three 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Squash, Varsity Golf 

Clubs & Positions Held: Business Consulting Club, Outreach Council, Middle School House Captain, McEwen Leadership Program, 
Student Led Groups 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Band Leader 
Community Service Hours: 43 





Graeme Allison 



House: Ramsey Years at SAC: Seven 
Athletics & Awards: Varsity Squash, Varsity Baseball 

Clubs & Positions Held: Prefect, Writing and Publication Council, SACtv, Middle School House Captair 
Andrean Life Council 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Drum Sergeant (Warrant Officer), St. Andrew's College Pipes & Drums 
(Lead Drummer) Community Service Hours: 16 



Da wc/ Anderson 



House: Laidlaw Years at SAC: Six 

Athletics & Awards: Junior Varsity Soccer, Varsity Football, Varsity Golf (MIP) 
Clubs & Positions Held: Andrean Life Council, Head of Academic Council 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Pipes and Drums Corporation (Sergeant) 
Community Service Hours: 126 




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Darien Arsoott 



House: Flavelle Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball, Track and Field, 
Addison Award 

Community Service Hours: 187 



Jose Antonio Artigas Pereznieto 

Nicknames: Marcas, Jos-B 

Comment: l spent 3 years at St. Andrew's College. I met people from many different countries, religions and cultures. I can say tfiere were times when I just wouldn't prefer 
to be anywfiere else. But tfiere were otfier times ttiat I just wanted to leave and never come back. Overall i can proudly say that St. Andrew's changed me, and made me the 
person I am right now. I can't say every experience was good, but we learn from bad experiences as well. I would never change SAC for another school, but I would never come 
back. I want to thank all my friends that were with me all along those three years or most of them. Carlos Guraieb, Waleed Syiam, Gerardo Gadsden and Estanislao De la Torre; 
without them it would have been unbearable. I would also like to thank Mr. And Mrs. Perrier whom guided me through good and bad decisions and finally the best teacher out 
there. Mr. Papalia, finally I would like to thank my parents and grandparents whom made all of this possible. I made friendships that will last forever, I learned things that I will 
always remember but most important of all, I grew as a person in ways that I didn't think were possible. To all my fellow mates remember: "All we have to decide is what to do 
with the time that is given us." 




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Da wdAsbury 



Nicknames:Daniel Blueberry, Dasbury, The Kid 

Activities & Accomplishments: Best nokia snake player in ontaho, 2nd highest overall academic average last year. Varsity band member since grade 9, Studi ' 
member, SLG leader for senior sciences 

Comment: Being at the school since grade 6, I feel like I will miss the school a lot but for now I feel like I'm ready to move on. There will be a lot of nostalgia I hi 
associated with the school, with strong memories like the Carol Service, Homecoming, or Music Fest nationals. I feel like a part of this school will never leave nresP 
my readiness to say goodbye, and I would like to thank all my teachers and the faculty of the school for providing such a developmental educational experiencejWU 
also like to thank my parents for allowing me to go to such a special place. i 





\/a Ashoori 

5: Oreo, Dj Persia, Prince, Wavy 

i Accomplishments: President of Community Service Council, Captain of Laidlaw Company, JV Basketball 

The first day at SAC, back in Grade 9, was filled with uncertainty. So many people I didn't know, I was skeptical of the workload, I had never heard of the term cadets 
1 1 did not expect that sports and extra-curricular activities would consume my entire day. This busy, disciplined, fun and sometimes stressful environment has really 
;ho I am today, a man, a complete man, a well-rounded citizen. This may sound cliche, but it is nothing far from the truth. The enormous competitiveness and 
d in the school has really paved the way for my future and I am looking forward to applying it in my business career One day I will be back, to say thanks. As for now. 



Mackenzie Baker 



House: Laidlaw Years at SAC: Four 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Soccer, Varsity Rugby 

Clubs & Positions Held: Andrean Life Council, Prefect 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platoon Commander (Lieutenant), Laidlaw Company 
Community Service Hours: 140 



drew Begg 



: Laidlaw Years at SAC: Seven 
ics & Awards: Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse 
& Positions Held: Laidlaw Head of House 
Leadership/Cadet Roles: Pipes and Drums, Sergeant 
lunity Service Hours: 158 




Brandon Benoit 



House: Smith Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Football, Varsity Rugby, JV Basketball, 2012 Addison Award Winner 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Smith Company 
Community Service Hours: 84 



bert Bertani 



I was very skeptical about attending St. Andrew's College. However, after spending four years at 
lool I can say that it was all worth it. I met so many great people and made memories and 
Bnces that will last me a lifetime. I feel that St. Andrew's College has brought me to my full potential 
udent, athlete and devoted member of the community. I'd like to thank all my teachers and 
lates for four great years. 



Josepti Bruccoleri 



Nicknames: Joe, Joey, Joseph, Josepi, Pepe. JB, JoBo 

Activities & Accomplishments: First Baseball Captain, JV Soccer Goal Keeper, JV Hockey Manager, Head of Laidlaw House. Tuck Shop fvlanager. I^r. Kimmerer's best friend 
Comment: After coming to St. Andrew's two years ago I have made friends that will be with me for the rest of my life. I have learned the true meaning of brotherhood. I didn't 
realize until the end of the year that I had been taking this school for granted and there are so many things I will miss about SAC, Seeing the boys in the hallway and being able to 
have a good laugh, having a close relationship with teachers where you can talk to them about anything.., 1 know that next year I will miss all these things about St. Andrew s. I 
would like to thank my teachers and my peers for their ongoing support at this school along with University Counseling for their amazing work with all the boys this year. Also. I 
would like to thank Mark Service for his support and motivation whenever I needed it. Most importantly, I would like to thank my parents. Christine and Tony for blessing me with 
this amazing experience. I wouldn't have been able to pull through without them. I hope that all of us can keep in touch over the years and have a great time in university'! 



ien Carnegie 



irrier Years at SAC: 2 

& Awards: JV Soccer, Varsity Fencing, Music Fest Excellence Award, Top 10: 6th place. Honors award. Headmasters Award, 
ositlons held: Engineering Club, SACPras, and Music Council Member 
dership/Cadet roles: Band Leader 
ty Service Hours: 1 00 

: My years at have been an excellent experience and I have learned many lessons. I will have many memories that I will always remember, such as travelling 
Jon Olympics with my friends, and competing in the RoboCup tournament. I would personally like to thank all my teachers for such an amazing experience 
ing such a great job for the time that I have been here! 





Taylor Carnegie 



Although I have only been at SAC for two years, I have been offered numerous opportunities helping r: 
grow not only as an artist, but as a person. Although we move onward and leave high school behind, I :ei 
the challenges we faced, and the teachers have successfully prepared me for the next stage of life. I k k 
forward to keep In contact with those who made my years a rewarding experience. i 



Donald Cars\Ne\\ 

House: Flavelle Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: Fencing (Gold Medal), Scholar 

Clubs & Positions Held: Book Club (Leader) 

Community Service Hours: 53 

Extended French Certificate Recipient 





Malcolm Carter 



Nicknames: Tree 

Activities & Accomplishments: Back to Back CISAA football championships, U17 Team Ontario sehl 
and U19 Team Ontario select. 

Comment: Keep working toward your goal and it will come true. Make sure to hang out with your friei.s 
as much as you can during High School. j 



Brandon Cercone 



Although my two years here have gone by incredibly fast, I know that the boys I have met, memories I have made and qualities I've 
been taught will last me a life time. I cannot begin to thank my parents enough for making the sacrifice sending me here. I know that 
coming to St. Andrews has been the best decision of my life thus far, and will effect the decisions I make for the rest of my life. I'm 
going to miss all the boys, and all the weekends with the boys, they have also taught me a lot. Coming from my hometown of Welland 
Ontario, becoming a complete man seemed nearly impossible. However with the guidance of friends and faculty at SAC it was made 
possible. 





Dan/e/Chalifour 

House: Memorial Years at SAC: Five 
Athletics & Awards: Ron McMillan Trophy, Varsity Soccer 
Clubs & Positions Held: Memorial Floor Captain 
Community Service Hours: 98 




Matthew Chan 



Four years ago, I hated this place. So much has changed since then. In the face of adversity and challenge, I found courage. In the midst of toil and struggle, I forged resilience. 
The experiences, the opportunities, and the people at St. Andrew's College have provided what I truly betieve to be my best possible outcome in the past tour years, I will 
remember the tough times, the good times, the tun times, the bad times. The synchronized 'clack' of a cadet platoon, the misty winter surface of the swimming pool, the thrill of 
arm-wrestling Mondays and Dilip's long-awaited triumph over Ibrahim, the long but fulfilling hours in C31 . These are only some of the memories that will never leave me, each 
equal in its own regard. 

So thank you, and goodbye, to this incredible school, to my persistent parents, to my outstanding teachers and inspiring coaches, to the friends I will cherish and the ones I will 
forget. To my brothers: Dilip, Aaron, Ibrahim, Luc, Othman, Joel, David, YoungWoo, Graham, Justin, Kenny and Angus, thank you all for an amazing last year. I've learned a lot 
from every single one of you, whether through your strengths or your flaws, through conversation or banter, through teaching or being taught, each of you has given me 
something to take away. And to myself (in one year's time), I hope that you do not forget your old passions, that your love for writing, fighting and lifting still remains, but that you 
have been unafraid to venture new paths, find new interests with which to occupy your time. 





Michael Chiang 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Four 
Athletics & Awards: Curling (MVP, CISAA Champions), Senior Cross Country (MIP), Track and Field 
Clubs & Positions Held: Reach for the Top Club^ Conference of Independent Schools Music Festival, SACPrAs, Wir 
Ensemble, String Ensemble, Clarinet Ensemble, SASSAW 2012 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sifton Head of House, Student Led Groups, Writing and Publication Council (Editor- 
of The Thistle), Wind Ensemble (Band Officer) Community Service Hours: 134 



Chief ( 




irio Chiodo 

Flavelle Years at SAC: Three 
ics & Awards: Varsity Football (CISAA Champions, Team Captain) 2013 Addison Award, Varsity 

& Positions Held: Flavelle Assistant Head of House, Admission Club 
Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platoon Warrant Officer, Flavelle Company 
lunity Service Hours: 88 




Dong-Geun Cho 



House: Ramsey Years at SAC: Six 

Athletics & Awards: Schulich Leader 

Clubs & Positions Held: Math Club, SACPrAs 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Thistle Production Team, Wind Ensemble (Section Leader) 
Community Service Hours: 113 



'am Darvay-Canavor 



Perrier Years at SAC: Two 

;s & Awards: Varsity Soccer, Varsity Lacrosse, U12 Hockey Student Coach Cadet Leadership Award CFB 

t Positions Held: DECA, Investment Club, Economics and Political Issues Club, Andrean Life Council, Athletic Counci 

eadership/Cadet Roles: Company Sergeant Major (Master Warrant Officer), Perrier Company 

nity Service Hours: 42 




Estanislao de la Torre Garcia 

Attending St. Andrew's was truly a privilege and a lifetime opportunity. I would like to thank all the Andrean community for making 
these years very special. In particular, I want to thank my parents for giving me this opportunity and for all their support, sacrifices, 
and effort. I also want to thank my sister for all her support and understanding. In addition, I'd like to thank Mr. McHenry for his help 
and for convincing my parents so that I could stay four years at SAC. Finally, to all my Andrean brothers: whenever you come to 
Mexico give me a call. 



von de Lang ley 



!S: ©DevoSnipes, Dev, D-Man, Dingles, Dangles, Delang, Devo and Amy 
& Accomplishments: 1st Lacrosse, 1st Floorball, JV Hockey, Prefect, MAC House Captain, Lieutenant of tvlemorial Company, Staff Cadet, Attiletic Council. Rez Life 
/eight Room Moderator, Grade 1 1 Gym Award and 12 term scholar and merit pin recipient. 

: When your grand-dad, 2 uncles, cousin and dad all attended Ridley College, it is sate to say that you are destined to go there as well. Although my family history 
to have the misfortune to attend Ridlev, it was mv oldest brother who was smart enough to avoid making the r 



I was going to have the misfortune to attend Ridley, it was my oldest brother who was smart ^ 

to St, Andrew's College, I had big shoes to till being the 3rd and youngest brother to attend SAC (especially 

- ,o ti,„t 1 u,.. — , , , . . Langley. In response. I was elected Prete 

.J " q uciieb....niiiiti wdb ui uuuibe me uest looking. Or _ . _ . . .... , 

academic, athletic and extra-curricular opportunities that ypu just don't see anywhere else. The brotherhood on campus is merely a s 
Andrean. I'm talking about the countless Friday and Saturday nights where the all the lads would fire it up. I would like to extend 



^. . ^ . . same mistake, 
hen we are all a year apart in age). The general 
ect and Leiand wasn't, I beat both their lacrosse sconng 
lly sad to be leaving St. Andrew's. I was blessed with 
)n campus is merely a small portion of the comraderie that 

^ , , o - - - - - p I would like to extend a special thank you to Graeme 

1 Liam Neuman for providing a couch and blankets when I would come home being the loosest cannon in southern Ontario. I'm gonna miss my Ivlemohal House family, 
ot 3 years Rory and all the boys who made my 4 years at SAC a life changing experience. Stay golden. 




Ricardo De Sequel ra 



Nicknames: Ricky, Randy 

Activities & Accomplishments: Wind Ensemble, SASSAW trip to Tanzania, Tuck Shop Ivlanager 

Comment: I can't believe that I'm already graduating. It feels just like yesterday that I was in my parents' car going up the dhveway for the first time on new boy orientation day 
These have been some of best years of my life. I have made some great friends that will last a lifetime, and learned a lot about myself. From travelling to Tanzania this past 
August to travelling to Ottawa and Chicago with the band, I have had some ot the greatest expenences of my life. One the proudest moments of my life was when I reached the 
summit of Mount Kilimanjaro when I travelled on the SASSAW trip to Tanzania. I have been very fortunate that my parents are able and willing to send me to St. Andrew's and f 
they had not sent me here, my high school experience would have been drastically different. I am eternally grateful for the sacnfices that they have made for me to go here. 



iron DeGagne 



'ih *'^'^°J"P'ishments: School prefect; MacDonald House Captain; President of DECA, Food Drive Association and the Investment Club: Co-President of 
JD, rnember of the Community Sen/ice Council, Writing and Publication Council and Reach for the Top; McEwen program; Cadet Lieutenant; 1st Lacrosse 
t-n' ih°"i^® ^^^^ °' Edinburgh Award, member of Intramural squash League; C.I. 8. A. A. curiing champion 2013 

!rh ^fih >J^®',''r-y®^'^®' ' ^3^® Been fortunate to experience all that St. Andrews College has to offer. I'm definitely going to miss the many experiences unique 
mrontc f Service, MacPherson tournament, cadet parade season, FOCUS festival, SpringSmash, inter-house boarding competitions etc. I would like to 
n ufnJi 'Of, sacnficing so much so that I was able to attend this amazing school for four years and transform from a shy 14 year old to school student leader. I 
si Thori° I 2012/2013 Prefects. I had an amazing time working with you throughout the year and 1 wish you the best of luck in your future 
'hat maH '^^ ° '°° '^apy students and members of the SAC community to list here that nave made my time at SAC ' " 



work you do at SAC 



: special. Finally, I want to thank a few 

enormous positive impact on my time at SAC; Mr. Chadsey, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Ludwig, Mr. Rush, Mrs. Ramon and Dr. Joiner. Thank you so much 





a 

Jordan Dunin 

Activities & Accomplishments: JV Hockey, Headmaster's Honour Roll 

Comment: I would like to thank my mom, dad, sister, family members, dog, horses, donkey, cow, minij 
horses and cats for sending me to such a great learning establishment for the fundamentals of learninq 
SAC is the school that I chose to go to not just because of the academics and athletics, but because ol'ie 
atmosphere that the school creates. I have lost and found many friends along my travels within 
St. Andrew's College and these friendships are what make SAC not an ordinary place. 



Mathew Durisin 



House: Smith Years at SAC: Four 
Athletics & Awards: Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Golf 
Clubs & Positions Held: Reach for the Top, Entrepreneurship Club 
Community Service Hours: 55 





Humza Elahi 



Hard to believe I'm finally graduating. I still remember my first couple of days at SAC, being a new boy at MacDonald house anc II. 1 
was your typical, super shy guy who would try his best to avoid everyone and instead, spend the night on his laptop. ..Who am I 
kidding, I am still basically the same guy I was four years ago. Either way, I'm happy and glad I spent my high school at SAC. 1': 
met some great people over the years, trom students to teachers, and I wouldn't trade these couple of years for anything in the i)rld. 
As I'm ready to move on to the next chapter of my life, I'd just like to thank a couple of people in addition to all my teachers and i 
friends over the years: Senor Numa (for being one of my best buds even after almost failing his course two years in a row), Mr. 
Prezens (for taking me under his wing after I was kicked from T's advisory), "The Dogs" (you know who you are., ' — ' 
(for taking care of me throughout my years at SAC and getting me througn some tough times). 
Its been a great time and I couldn't ask for anything more. 



and Mr. Ranin 



James Elder 



House: Flavelle Years at SAC: Two 
Athletics & Awards: Scholar 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Flavelle Company 
Community Service Hours: 40 





Buban Firoz 



Nicknames: Nator, Boobs 

Activities & Accomplishments: Won CISAA with SAC Cricket, Won Triple Gold with Wind Ensemble 7 times, Played at Olympics, Bass Section Leader 

Comment: I can say without a doubt these last four years at St. Andrews College have been the best of my life. These last four years 1 have met many remarkable peop lad 

amazing experiences, and really evolved from being a kid to a young adult. I didn't see St. Andrews College as just a high-school, but rather a second home. Every morn held 

new lessons, experiences, and laughs. I grew exponentially as a musician, culminating with a performance at the London 2012 Olympics. I grew as an athlete, winning C 

with Varsity Cricket in my first year. I grew in character as well, learning what loyalty to my brothers truly meant and what it meant to be a well-rounded citizen. 

I'd like to give a shout-out to those in the TSAEF (you know who you are!) because without you guys these last four years wouldn't have been as much fun. Finally, I'd llkj) 

thank my entire family and especially my wonderful parents who allowed me to come to SAC and put up with long hours and early mornings without complaint. j 



Reese Foegele 

House: Smith Years atSAC: Seven 
Athletics & Awards: JV Hockey (MVP), Varsity Lacrosse 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Smith Company 
Community Service Hours: 72 




Justin Ford 



House: Perrier Years at SAC: Five 
Athletics & Awards: JV Soccer, Varsity Rugby 

Clubs & Positions Held: 'Ernst' in Spring Awakening (201 1) and 'Custis' in Crazy for You (201 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platoon Commander (Lieutenant), Perrier Company 
Community Service Hours: 292 




cholas Fournier 



se: Sifton Years at SAC: Two 

etics & Awards: Varsity Lacrosse (Goalie) 

»r Leadership/Cadet Roles: Staff Cadet, Sifton Company 

imunity Service Hours: 55 



Gerardo Gadsden Gonzalez 

House: Memorial Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Rugby (CMS Champions, CISAA Champions), Varsity Swimming MIP 
(CISAA 200m Freestyle Relay First Place, CISAA 200m Medley Relay First Place, OFSSA 200m Freestyle 
Relay First Place, 2013 OFSSA 200m Medley Relay First Place) 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Memorial Floor Captain 
Community Service Hours: 26 



arc Gallo 



e: Ramsey Years at SAC: Six 

tics & Awards: Varsity Golf (Captain, MVP), Scholar 

» & Positions Held: Andrean Life Council 

r Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platinum Star Sergeant 

nunity Service Hours: 93 




Pefer God ber 



Nicknames: Big IVIeecii, Tiie Godber Train, Pancal<es 

Activities & Accomplishments: 1st football, JV basketball, Football team captain, Football MVP, Addison award winner 

Comment: It's amazing wiiat 3 years ot hard work can do for you. I've hiad so many great memories iiere. Sfiout out to tfie Flavelle crew; Ciiudo. D-Train. Khi-ktii. Little tiunts. 
Chuddy, Tebow, Jimmy, Rocks, Snaps, J-mac, Labs, and Roily. Quad football, late night scares, cards, silent library, and calf slaps. Shout of to the ISOOIbs crew lead by fat kid at 
heart, Len Gurr. Shout out to the Jv bailers, can you say dynasty? It's been an amazing 3 years here, honored to win back to Back CISAA championships, go to the metro bowl, 
and make the playoffs in JV ball. Big thanks to Coach Carroll, Coach Gurr, and Mr. Stewart. I've been very fortunate to have been able to attend St. Andrew's College and I want 
to give a big thanks to my parents for all of the sacrifices they had to make to send me to this school. Go Saints! Go Owls! 



atthew Gu'izzeXW 



les: Guizzetti, Guz, Gazzettes, GusBus 
s & Accomplishments: Pipes and Drums Bass Drummer, Best Cadet in Pipes and Drums, Soccer, Squash, Triathlon, Weight Training, ITI Committee 
It: It's hard to believe that six short years ago I was a short, anxious new boy entering the doors of SAC as a student for the first time. Now. the journey has come to an 
3een a long but amazing ride and I have enjoyed every minute of it. To my teachers, I would like to say thank you for always being there to offer a helping hand and 
lout how we were all doing. To my friends, I'm happy to have met you all and we've all had great times together. I'm sure we will have more great times in the future. To 
/, I would like to thank everyone for supporting me by coming out to my events and just for being there for anything. Last but not least, my parents, thank you for 
ig you have done; from putting me through such an amazing school, to supporting me in anything and everything over the years. To all of my fellow grads, I say farewell 
i luck. I will miss this place dearly. Dileas Gu Brath. 




Fe//xHadasik 



Early 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Soccer (CISAA Champions, CAIS Champions, OFSAA Silver Medal 
Bird Tournament Champions) 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sifton House Floor Captain, Staff Cadet Red Star - Master Corporal 
Community Service Hours: 40 



oencer Harris 

ise: Smith Years at SAC: Seven 

letics & Awards: Varsity Lacrosse, Junior Varsity Hockey 
er Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Smith Company 
imunity Service Hours: 55 





Curtis Harvey 



Nickname: Harv, Harvey Dent, Dent, Dent show. One man two identities. Can he be trusted. Big Harv 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Hocl<ey, Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Varsity Floorball #8 for all sports, Flavelle Assistant Head of House, McDonald House Captain, Assis i 
Captain Varsity Hockey, Have been known to touch ice on occasion. 

Comment: I grew up in a small town called Keswick, more or less known for its hick qualities. There aren't to many success stories that make their way out of Keswick, but I v 
one of them. I can't thank my parents enough for putting me through St. Andrew's, their countless efforts have allowed me to become the person 1 am today. I have been able no 
on countless readies with boys of first hockey becoming both better hockey players and better friends, hours upon hours of Jones with boys, and of course the weekends withe 
gents. As I grew, Keswick was my home, where all my friends were, where I played hockey, where my family was. Now I can proudly say that St. Andrew's and Aurora is nowi' 
home. This is where I come to hang out with the lads, this where I played my hockey, and this is where I will continue to keep in touch with my friends for the rest of my life, i 
Because of St. Andrew's I am able to do this. Going past this year, I go into my first year of Jr. "A" hockey with the Bronchiole Braves. I wish all the boys the very best and carLait 
for the old boy reunions and pub nights to come. Cheers!!! " 



Michael Hastings-Grgas 

House: Perrier Years at SACTtwo 
Athletics & Awards: Fencing (MVP, Captain) 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant 
Community Service Hours: 41 





Zain Hemani 



It seems like just yesterday, I was sitting in Ketchum Auditorium for the Grade 7 New Boy Orientation. The last 6 years of my life flew by so quickly. It has been a great ride 
life-changing experience to say the least. I feel extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to attend such a great school. I would like to thank my parents for giving mi 
opportunity and supporting me through my entire journey. This school is truly like no other. The memories and experiences 1 have collected over my time here, I will definit 
cherish for the rest of my life. This includes winning back-to-back CISAA Championships and even participating in cadets every single Thursday. Although high school wa 
fantastic time, I'm definitely looking fonward to the next chapter in my life and I plan to take everything I learned here at SAC into the real world. I would like to give a sped: 
thanks to all my friends, my advisor: Mr. McCue, and teachers: Mr. Day, Mr. Manning, Ms. Jakubovic, Mr. Ludwig and even my Middle School advisor, Ms. Denwin for mak 
SAC that much better. 



Adam Henriques 

House: iViemorial Years at SAC: Three 

Athletics & Awards: Junior Varsity Basl<etball 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Memorial Company 

Community Service Hours: 50 





Sean Huang 

House: Memorial Years at SAC: Three 

Athletics & Awards: Junior Varsity Basketball 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Memorial Company 

Community Service Hours: 50 



Lucas Hussey 



House: Laidlaw Years at SAC: Seven 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Football, Varsity Rugby 

Clubs & Positions Held: Community Service Council 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Pipes and Drums, Master Warrant Officer 

Community Service Hours: 148 




Roland Hynscht 





anf Jeong 

je: Sifton Years at SAC: Six 

s & Positions Held: Book Club (Vice-President) 

r Leadersliip/Cadet Roles: Clarinet Section Leader, Warrant Officer 

munity Service Hours: 46 



\Nayne^\ 

House: Flavelle 
Years at SAC: Two 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Flavelle Company 
Community Service Hours: 32 



iivng WooJin 



is: Young Wayne, Young Swain, Old Woo, Youngwoo Jin of the Woo tang Clan 
& Accomplishments; Prefect, SLG, DECA, SAFDA 

: I still remember ttie moment standing at ttie podium of tfie Carol Service. As we sang ttie finale song, I tiad never been so moved by students, especially ttnose who 
uating. That was the first moment that I started to realized that I was graduating, after seeing the school as one. That was the one moment in my life that I will carry on 
1 When I first came to SAC, I was worried. I was worried about the new environment and the new people. And now that I am leaving. I am worried. I am worried about 
! environment that I am so accustomed to. I can't believe that I am finally graduating after experiencing 4 years of brotherhood at St. Andrew s college. I always thought 
g to an all boys' school was a mistake. However, my perspectives have changed after the Carol Service. My experience at SAC would have been unendurable if I 
n the value of brotherhood. I would like to take this opportunity to show my gratitude to my friends and "The Dogs" for the fabulous final year. I would also like to thank 
s for allowing me to study aboard. Last but not least, my teachers and my advisor for encouraging me to pursue greatness. 



Jacob Kearley 



House: Laidlaw Years at SAC: Seven 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Hockey (CISAA Champions, MacPherson Tournament Cliampions, Named 
to All-Star Team), Varsity Rugby, Junior Varsity Hockey (MVP) 
Clubs & Positions Held: Andrean Life 
Community Service Hours: 78 



\6re\N Keenleyside 



lank my mom and dad for giving me the opportunity to attend St. Andrew's College; I am so grateful for all of the support they have given me. St. Andrew's College has 
all of the key skills that I will need to succeed in the future. When I started here in grade 7 I was a very shy, introverted person. This school has helped me become a 
i a well-rounded person. Thank you to entire Faculty and Staff body at S.A.C for helping me grow and supporting me through my time here; it is greatly appreciated. 
1 to Mr. Michael Hanson tor believing in me and helping me succeed. I want to thank Mr. McGillivray and Mr. Inglis for being exceptional role models for me and for 
ne valuable leadership and life skills; skills that will continue to help me succeed in the future. Thank you to Mr. Roffey for being such a great mentor and for always 
me with advice when I needed it. Thank you to Miss Thorne for providing me with constant support through high school, for always being there when I needed to speak 
le, and for always making me feel happy, even during the most stressful of times. Most importantly, thank you to every single student at St. Andrew's College, and 
my fellow graduates. I can say without any doubt in my mind that if it weren't for you guys I would not be the person I am today. Thank you every member of the SAC 
y. I will be faithful to this school forever. 





Alex Kharouk 



House: Flavelle 
Years at SAC: Four 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Flavelle Company 

Comment: "True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the 
country." - Kurt Vonnegut 
Community Service Hours: 40 



am Killops 



e: Ramsey Years at SAC: Six 

tics & Awards: Varsity Golf, Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Hockey 

5 & Positions Held: Athletic Council (Head), Student Lead Groups, McEwan Leadership 

am 

nunity Service Hours: 46 




Erik Kim merer 



I Nicknames: Kimmer, Kimbo, EK Fade Away, Kimmerererererer 

I Clubs & Positions Held: Thistle Council, MS House Captain, Editor of the Review. 

I Achievements: Varsity Baseball Captain and MVP, Varsity Football CISAA Champions and MIP, Headmaster's Honour Roll, Lieutenant of Laidlaw House. 
I Comment: I would like to thank everyone who supported me during my career at St. Andrew's. From my time in the Middle School I would like to especially thank my advist 
I Mr. Ruscitti and Mr. Hanson, along with my Rhys. Ed. teacher Mrs. Perrier. From my time in the Upper School I would like to thank my advisor and Economics teacher Mr i 
I Service, my Visual Arts teacher Mr. Paolini, my baseball coach and Politics teacher Mr. Biasi, and of course my Media Arts teacher, my Dad. All of these teachers, along witiiv 
I close friends (you know who you are), helped shape me into the complete man that I am today. I truly feel that St. Andrew's has stayed true to its mission statement, becausi 
latter spending seven great years within its walls, I feel ready to take on the world as a well-rounded citizen. 1 want to thank my parents for breaking their bank account to seil-no 
Ito SAC, and for always supporting me. I turned out pretty good, eh? i 



Louis Kwok (Tsoi) 



Activities & Accomplishments: 3 on 3 Basketball, Nordic Skiing, Weight Training, Scholar & Merit Pin 

Icomment: Two years ago when I first came to Canada, I had to make a decision on which school I was going to attend. I had two 
loptions, one was SAC, and the other one was UCC. I visited UCC first. The students at UCC were not very friendly and were very 
1 unwelcoming. The next day I came to visit SAC, and I was stunned by the gorgeous campus and the residences at SAC. The 
Istudents at SAC were very friendly and nice. By the end of the day I made the decision to come to St. Andrew's without a doubt. 
iThis year, I am graduating from SAC and I am so glad I made the right decision two years ago to come to here. Thank you. 



Raliim Ladak 

House: Sifton Years at SAC: Three 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Volleyball (MVP, Captain), Varsity Basketball, Varsity Rugby 
Clubs & Positions Held: Student Lead Groups (President), Prefect 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Lieutenant of Green Star, Platoon Commander (Lieutenant) 
Company 

Community Service Hours: 113 



Sifton 



Curtis Lai 



House: Memorial Years at SAC: Four 
Athletics & Awards: Cross Country (MVP), Varsity Cricket (CISAA Champion) 
Clubs & Positions Held: Anime, Photography, GO 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Memorial Floor Captain, Arts Council, Language Leadership (VP), 
Sliver Star Staff, Platoon Warrant Officer, Memorial Company 
Community Service Hours: 146 





\Joel Lat 



Nicl<name: Lattice, Pineapple 
Accomplisliments: SacPras President, Caught all 649 Pokemon, Robocup Finalist 

Comment: When I first came to SAC I was scared; I'm not the most social person and the fear of not fitting in was there. Howe r I 
was quickly swept into the community of SAC and never looked back. The memories and friends I made will last me a life time .id 
are something that I will always treasure. Though I'm sad to say goodbye, I look fonward to the future and everything it holds. I m 
to thank my parents for putting me through this amazing experience and the many personalities that I've met that shaped me aa 
person. I see now that the circumstances of one's birth are irrelevant; it is what you do with the gift of life that determines who yl 
are. It's not what you have but what you do that will make your life that much better. i 



lAndy Lee 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Five 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Squash (CISAA Champions), Economics Award 

Clubs & Positions Held: SACPrAs (President), Business Consulting Club, DECA (Vice-President), 

Assistant Head of House (Sifton House) 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Pipes and Drums 

Community Service Hours: 310 



<5. 




lAngus Lee 



I Comment: When I came to SAC in Grade 9 as a boarder, it was the biggest change in my life. Living on my own, doing my own laundry, managing my own timP5^" ' 
easy for me. However, with the helps from my friends, I was able to adapt to the changes pretty quickly. Over the past four years, I have changed a lot; becomiip "i" 
independent and mature teenager than I used to be, and it is all a credit to St, Andrew s College. The success and failure within the past four years became les|is "i-j 
I will not forget for the rest of my life. I would also like to say a thank you to my parents for giving me such an amazing opportunity and enjoyable experence in , iiib- 
would like to thank my advisor and housemaster, Mr.Ramon. He helped me a lot since grade nine and helped me to keep on track in my academics until the aW'" 
in SAC. Furthermore, I want to thank all of my friends for making my life much more interesting than it could have been. Finally, we graduate from high school ap'^H 
into another stage of our life. I wish every graduate the best in the years to come. 



m tne lasin^"""" 
I school a step 




uglas Lee 



-lavelle Years at SAC: Two 

5 & Awards: Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Badminton, JV Swimming 

Positions Held: Writing and Publication Council (Editor), Andrean Life Committee, Arts Council Committee, Student Led 
utor), Strings Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Christian Fellowship 
ladershlp/Cadet Roles: Flavelle House Floor Captain, Band 
lity Service Hours: 70 



Khiari Lespere 



Nicknames: Ki Ki 

Activities & Accomplishments: Assistant Head of House of Flavelle, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Rugby 
IComment: My time at SAC has been amazing and life changing. The fun times in the boarding houses 
with friends. From going outside on the quad to play football during the spring time, too spending winters 
at the movies with friends. I'd like to thank the St. Andrews community as a whole. Also special thanks to 
iMr. Stewart my housemaster, and Mr. Manning my advisor and soccer coach. 



ron Leung 



/s, I would be content with time being on a continuous loop from September 2006 to June 2013 or randomly revisiting certain events from my time at SAC. It was a 
had "tri"-ed, accrued many kilometers on my swimming odometer, devoted many hours for band rehearsal, done my fair share of drill, had countless conversations in 
, etc... Most importantly though, it was a time when I met and befriended many great friends, and faculty members. Words cannot fully describe how fortunate I feel to 
oSAC. 

hen I hang my SAC Blazer up for the last time, and as Grade 12 marks slowly lose their significance, my memories of SAC will inevitably go slightly blurrier with every 

. I will eventually find myself unable to empathize with my former Grade 12 self as to why I cared so much about my extraordinary SAC experiences. 

jating and non-graduating classmates: Best of luck and hope we keep in touch! To all my teachers over the years: Thank you so much! Your efforts do not go 

ed! To my parents: Thank you for sending me to SAC! Finally, to my future self: The answer is 6, "Who whipped that?" and Turn-2-3, Wait-2-3, Up-2-3, 

>-A-C. 



William Liang 



I House: Sifton Years at SAC: Three 

lAthletics & Awards: Canadian Mathematics Competition Cayley Contest (Champions), Canadian Mathematics Competition Fermat 
IContest (Champions), American Mathematics Competition (Champions) 
Clubs & Positions Held: Math Club (President), CCS (Vice-President) 

lother Leadership/Cadet Roles: Represented Canada at the International RoboCup Competition, Staff Cadet 
I Community Service Hours: 32 



omas Little 



: Laidlaw Years at SAC: Four 

05 & Awards: Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Baseball, Musicfest Excellence Award 

6 Positions Held: Outreach Council Member, Music Council Member 
Leadership/Cadet Roles: Percussion Section Leader, Band Leader 
unity Service Hours: 70 



iJason Lo 



House: Ramsey Years at SAC: Four 

Athletics & Awards: The Edwin Erikson Prize for Community Service 

Clubs & Positions Held: First Flute, Band Leader, Writing and Publication Council Member, Academic Council. Music Council. 
ISwimming 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Wind Ensemble Company Band Officer (Lieutenant) 
Community Service Hours: 881 



Kl\/lacl<ie 



s: Mack, JMack 

& Accomplishments: First Hockey (2 years) (Assistant Captain) First Soccer (2 Years), First Triathlon (2012) First Track & Field (2013). Memorial House 

>use, Memorial Company GSM, Silver Star Staff Cadet (Rank MWO) 

th "^'"3 '° ^''3'^® '' the best decision I ever made. I have met so many amazing people, and had so many amazing expenences in both grade 

tney will be ones that I will never forget. Playing tor First Hockey was an amazing experience, and it also helped move my career in hockey to the next level 
araer in Memorial was also a riot, as a part of the "Family" with Liam, Rory, and Dev. I will never forget the week nights after study, playing pool, watching 
'' w ri!"^ each other. The weekends were also a gong-show. We had such a close group of friends, and we tore up the town of Aurora like we owned the 
uw like to give a huge thank you to My House Masters Mr. Carroll, and Mr. Trevisan, as well as the Perriers. Overall, I will never forget my time here: it trulv 
le best 2 years of my life. I hope to keep in touch with my friends, and can't wait to come back as an Old Boy. Dileas Gubrath. 




or MacLean 



House: Ramsey Years at SAC: Seven 
Athletics & Awards: Varsity Football (Champions) 

Clubs & Positions Held: SAC Drama, Crazy For You (Lead), Spring Awakening, Debating 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Company Commander (Captain), Ramsey Company 
Community Service Hours: 63 



Joshua Mahfood 



Nicknames: Josh, General, My Ute, Mahfy, Foo Foo 
Activities & Accomplishments: 1st Soccer (2x CISAA Champion, CAIS Champion) 1st Squash (2x CISAA Champion, Captain), 1st 
Crici<et (CISAA Champion, Most Improved Player) 

Comment: My three years at SAC have been the best years of my life. It has become a home away from home, and I couldn't have 
asked for a better place to spend my last 3 years of high school. Playing sting pong with the boys, and ordering pizza at 2am are 
things I will never forget. I want to thank SAC for allowing me to mature in to the person I am today. Most of all, I want to thank My 
Family and God for sticking by my side through the good times and the bad. Thank you SAC, for everything 





Jonathan McConnell 

Activities & Accomplishments: Scholars, Merit Pin, MIP of Lac 



ccompllshments: Scholars, Merit Pin, MIP ot Lacrosse, Best Hair award 
Comment: Bitter Sweet describes my years at SAC. Being a student here for 6 years is crazy to think about because it felt just o 
short. If anything St. Andrew's has changed my life and has made me a better person, and the person I am today. Shout out tcie 
boys, hate you guys, this year sucked!! Cares though!! (Jokes). Some awesome moments I won't forget are Jack and Cole hel,ig 
me to my feet to finish my climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro even though I refused, mucking JV puck for the one and only Esi 
and his partner in crime Joe Foote, and playing lacrosse for one of the top coaches in Ontario Gregory Reid and making me Ih' 
player I am today. Thank you to Mr. Shrimpton and Mr. Josselyn for always having my back in tough situations, and to my par^ sfc 
giving me the blessing to come here in the first place. And last but not least.. PLEASE DONATE. Brought to you by 'The Not a] 
Ordinary Place Campaign' 1 



Jack McDonald 

House: Flavelle Years at SAC: Four 



Athletics & Awards: Senior Cross-Country (MVP), Annual Cross-Country Run (Channpion), Varsity Hockey (MVP, MacPherson 
Champions, MacPherson Team All-Star, J.P. McClocklin MacPherson MVP Award, MPHL Champion, CISAA Champion), Varsity 
Baseball 

Clubs & Positions Held: Res-Life Committee 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: School Prefect, Company Commander (Captain), Flavelle Company (The Brian G. Armstrong 
Trophy for best Platoon) 
Community Service Hours: 106 
Extended French Certificate Recipient 





Ho/y McGuire 



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Comment: There is a lot I could say about my 4 years here at SAC. It has been a special time in my life that's been filled with memories and friendships that I hope 
Friday nights, championship weekends, Carol Service, Homecoming, MacPherson, are all memories I'll never forget. A big shout out goes to all the fellas, we've had sol' wiia 
times, but most importantly we've had the best of times. A Big thanks goes to the Neuman residence for always hosting the lads on weekends. To Devon, the last threeiars 
have been quite the time being roomies. Thanks for always putting up with me. As for teachers, Mr. Manning for being my advisor of the years, he's taught me a lot of v.able I' 
lessons and I look to him as a role model. Thanks to Mr. Brennagh, Mr. Chadsey and Juice for all your support, especially in my graduating year through some rough tin;. Mr. 
Carroll and Mr. Trevisan, thanks for all you've done as housemasters and keeping our tradition alive. Last but not least, I would like to thank the Perrier's for their undiviiJ love 
and support they showed me over the years in Memorial House. It has been a great ride at SAC, a chapter in my life that I will never forget. "Quit Ye Like Men. Be Stror' 

i 



Mac Mcintosh 



House: Smith Years at SAC: Four 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Squash, Varsity Tennis 
Clubs & Positions Held: Prefect, Smith Head of House 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platoon Commander (Lieutenant), Smith Company, Student Lead Groups 
Community Service Hours: 385 
Extended French Certificate Recipient 



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David McMillan 



Nicknames: McPally,Dave, McMillion, McChillin', Mac, DaFeef, Gago, Doom 

Activities & Accomplishments: President of Anime/Manga club, Co-Founder of RTS club. Member of the Pipes & Djtis, 
Cured rhinopharyngitis. Solved Goldbach's conjecture. 
Comment: I've been at SAC since grade 7, and now it's time to go. It's a kind of a bitter-sweet moment, knowing I'm gngto 
be leaving for bigger things. I hope that the school continues to thrive and grow, and become an even better place tor 
students.1 couldrVt possibly not thank my parents for sacrificing so much to put me into this school, and I want them tcinow 
that it has meant the world to me. Whenever there is a meeting, a parting shall follow. But that parting needs not last ti'5ver. 
Whether a parting be forever or merely for a short while... that is up to you. ; 




hn Joseph Mitchell 



ed to thank my parents for sending nne here. With out there guidance and support I would never be where I am now. St. 
s College has been my home for the past four years. I have learned so much from the school not only in the class room but in 
nforgettable experiences like Battle Fields Tour, Disney Trip, Shawnigan Lake Rugby CMS Tournament and rooming with 
ood. All my close friends have made going to high school so much more enjoyable and exciting, and are now my brothers, 
ids that I have made are incredible and something that I will never forget. Dileas Gu Brath! 



Adam Moodie 



Nicknames: Moods, Dini, the Magic Man 

Activities & Accomplishments: Captain of 1 st Hockey. 1 st Soccer, Head of Flavelle House, Company Sergeant Major of Flavelle Company. 

Comment: Wtien I came to St. Andrews in grade 1 1 it was a stepping stone for my next fiockey move in my career. Very quickly it became mucti more than that for I found 
myself in an atmosphere surrounded by people who wanted to help and push me to succeed. Although I was a very weak student before coming here I found myself achieving 
my goals in the classroom and in my sports. This place isn't special because of all its amazing facilities, its special because of the people who are here. I will also never forget the 
endless nights with the fellas and I'm sure there will be more. I wish I could thank everyone but the list could go on forever, but a special shout out to Mr. Stewart my house 
master who has always been there for me in my worst times and my best time. Coach Manning for helping teach me more than just lessons about hockey but also for life and 
lastl^lhh^u^^|«h^Telge^Tiak^TT^^ 



/a/7 Moon 



\e: Flavelle Years at SAC: Four 

jtics & Awards: Badminton(MIP), AP Scholar with Honor, Headmaster's Honor Roll 
s & Positions Held: Writing and Publication Council, The Thistle (Director of Art Photography), 
SACKA (President) 

r Leadership/Cadet Roles: Macdonald House House Captain, Platinum Star 
munlty Service Hours: 47 




Ibrahim Moustafa 

Nicknames: Ibby, Ibby Jeeby, lbs. 



Activities & Accomplishments: Andrean Life Council, Lieutenant of Smith Company, JV Soccer, Track and Field 
Comment: The past four years have just flown by, and I can truly say that I will miss this place. These years have been the expehence of a lifetime full of memories that I will 
remember for the rest of my life. During my time at SAC, 1 have made friendships that will last a lifetime. I have had many positive experiences and memones at this school that 
will live with me forever including. Highlights of my SAC career include JV Soccer CISAA Silver Medalists, being on various committees and clubs, receiving a high position in 
cadets, and being part of the Andrean brotherhood each and every day. Although I have succeeded many times, I have also had numerous failures, St. Andrew s has taught me 
how to use those failures as learning experiences and grow from them, this being one of the many lessons I have learned at this school. Being part of the Andrean brotherhood is 
an experience like no other, so thank you to all the boys to being there for me through thick and thin and creating memories that will last forever, hopefully we will all be connected 
for a long time! My parents are the 2 people I would like to thank most of all for sending me here, without them this experience would have never happened. I couldn't have asked 
for a better four years full of experiences and people I will never forget. 



timw Mullick 



Oman, uthboy 

uote: "One day, you'll be a man." And "you're such a wutfle mucker." 

: There are not enough words to describe the experiences and lessons I have had and learned at SAC, instead I want to thank all the people who have significantly 
ly life. 

)ig shout out to my whole family for all the sacrifices they have made to benefit me. To my dad for actually allowing me to attend SAC, My mom for making my life 
convenient. My younger brothers who made every evening bright, to my older brothers wno provided me with goals and inspiration to work harder and lastly to my only 
supplied me with unwavering motivation. 

To all the friends I have made, I sincerely thank you. We have had 
liftallday. Sir WuffleMucker, BDL, Ibiibi, the White/Asian anime clul 

g Flavelle crew. The Dogs, The rowdy physics bunch and lastly the multi-cultural statistics group 
0 made me realize what the SAC experience is. 

ik you Ms. Thorne- for managing to never flip out at me, when any sane teacher would, and Mr. Frozen for teaching me to love what you do 



jld not be the man I am today without you guys, you're the 




Graham Munro 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Five 

Athletics & Awards: Most Improved Average (Grade 10) 

Clubs & Positions Held: Anime Club (Vice-President) 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Master Corporal, Sifton Company 

Community Service Hours: 50 



nan Nasser 



y. Smith Years at SAC: Seven 
tics & Awards: JV Hoops 

> & Positions Held: Reach for the Top, Ball at Break Club (Co-founder) 
Leadership/Cadet Roles: Smith Company 
nunlty Service Hours: 63 






Ryan Neiman 



Nicknames: Neiman 

Activities & Accomplishments: U16 & JV Basketball, U16 Soccer, Cross Country, Track & Field, Reach for the Top, Geoqrapl- 
Challenge Champion, 

Comment: I'd like to thank my parents for providing me the opportunity to attend this school and enjoy all the unique experience t 
had to offer. I have thoroughly enjoyed myself over these last four years, from the fields to the gallery and the basKetbalfcourt toie 
boarding houses, I feel like I nave grown up here and St. Andrew's will always hold a special place in my heart. I hope to keep inl 
touch with everyone and always remember; for the glory. i 



Liam Neuman 



House: Memorial Years at SAC: Six 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Hockey (CISAA Champion, MPHL Champions, Macpherson Champions), 

Junior Varsity Soccer (CISAA Finalists) 

Clubs & Positions Held: Memorial Assistant Head of House 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Warrant Officer, Memorial Company 

Community Service Hours: 110 





1/l/esf OchocinskI 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Two 
Athletics & Awards: Varsity Tennis 

Clubs & Positions Held: Investment Club, Chess Club, Model UN Club 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Kitchen Moderator (Sifton House), Varsity Football (Manager) 

Community Service Hours: 149 



Dilip Ojha 



Activities & Accomplishments: JV Swim Team, SacPras, DECA, Headmasters Honour Roll, Top 10 (4th place). Green Star Staff 
Cadet, Lieutenant of Perrier House. 

Comment: I started attending St. Andrew's College in grade 11 . In two years, I made a lot of friends who I hope to maintain contact 
with in the future. I spent so much time in the school that it has become a second home to me. Looking back at my time spent in St. 
Andrew's, my only regret is that I did not come here earlier. I would like to thank the teachers, staff, and my classmates for supporting 
me. My years at SAC will be years that I will remember for the rest of my life. I don't want to say goodbye because I believe that this 
is not the last time I will set foot in the school. 





Jac/c O'Neill 



It has been a great 6 years and there have been so many unforgettable experiences that I have had apt. 
Andrew's. From playing on the sports fields, to being in focus, and just partying with all of the boys, Tn 
definitely going to miss it. I would like to thank my parents for sending me here and putting up with mej 
through all the years, and I would like to thank all of my teachers for helping me through the years. Sejya 
SAC! Dileas Gu Brath. \ 



Jack Park 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Six 
Athletics & Awards: Varsity Badminton, Varsity Fencing 

Clubs & Positions Held: Student Led Group, Senior Mathematics (Helper), Thistle Magazine Design 
Group, Wind Ensemble Band 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Community Service Council 
Community Service Hours: 209 





Austin Pugliese 



Nicknames: pug, pugger, pugs 

Activities & Accomplishments: Mac House Captain, Sifton Floor Captain, Varsity Lacrosse, Headmaster's Honour Rc 
Comment: It's been a great 4 years here at SAC. I've met a bunch of awesome people and made a ton of great friendsp 1 1 
never forget, some of whom will be my friends for the rest of my life. There are so many amazing memories that I have 'm 
my time here, whether it was hanging out in a friend's room, tanning on the quad or visiting the lawn bowling club, this ppe 
has changed my life. I would like to thank all of the teachers that put up with me for my time here. As well, I'd like to thai' my 
parents for sending me here and giving me the great opportunities that this school has to offer. : 





illiam Qiu 

ames: QQ, WeiGe 

ties & Accomplishments: U16 Tennis, Varsity Track and Field, Varsity Badnninton, String 
nble, Staff Cadet of Gold Star, Lieutenant of Memorial Company, President of Chinese Cultural 
:y, Ellsworth Trophy for Best Platoon 

rient: I just want to thank my parents for sending me to SAC. I love this school. I will never forget that 
n Andrean. 




Jackson Redmond 

House: Flavelle Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: JV Soccer, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Golf 
Clubs & Positions Held: DECA, Investment Club 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Academic Council 
Community Service Hours: 54 



)nnor C. Ritchie 

Memorial Years at SAC: Four 

;s & Awards: Varsity Football (CISAA Champions), Varsity Alpine Skiing, Varsity Triathlon, Varsity Baseball, McEwen 
ship Award, McEwen Entrepreneurship Fair (Best Overall Business Plan) 
li Positions Held: Prefect, Assistant Head of House, Smith House, Outreach Committee, DECA 
.eadersliip/Cadet Roles: Pipe Sergeant (Warrant Officer), St. Andrew's College Pipes & Drums, SASSAW Brazil 
jnity Service Hours: 181 




Hunter Robertson 



House: Flavelle 
Years at SAC: Three 

Athletics & Awards: Junior Varsity Swimming, Varsity Football, Varsity Rugby 
Clubs & Positions Held: Photographers of SAC 
Community Service Hours: 42 



lance Rodin 



Grading, Ranee, Chodin, Rodin, 
& Accomplishments: U1 2 Soccer IVIVP, U14 LAX IVIIP, First Lieutenant of the Flag Party, Member of Varsity Lacrosse, 
Wagush" "Cares" "The boys!" "Ehhh" 

As I sit tiere writing my grad comment during my last week at SAC I reminisce on the great times I've had at this school. Since coming to St. Andrews College in 
is hard to believe it is all over. I would lil<e to thank my parents for all of the sacrifices they have made to send me to St. Andrew's. The class of 2013 has been a huge 
Id I would like to thank the teachers who had to put up with us, for grinding it out and giving us a great experience. The boys and I have made some questionable 
that have led to unreal stones that will last a life time. I want to thank all the guys that have made my experience here so memorable and wish everyone the best 
itever they decide to do. SAC will forever have a place in my heart. Shout out to JO'Neill, Begg, Borke, Shotsy, Tino, Graeme, Sifto, Cole and Mr. Cowell. 



the 





Marc Roman in 



House: Smith Years at SAC: Seven 
Athletics & Awards: Varsity Alpine Skiing 

Clubs & Positions Held: Community Service Council, PSAC, ITi Committee, Jazz Band 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Wind Ensemble (Section Leader), Bugler 
Community Service Hours: 71 



iriner Rpwntree 

°f- roundhouse, Granddaddy, Champ Care Bear, #rowntreebe! 



eats. Tree, Goldilocks, A Taller Shotbolt 
Hey you, ya you Gone", "I Like it Loud", 'The F'in' Boys", 



'Tough To Say", Thank You So Much". "This 



„„ ^ ■ - - -hamp 

We Care ', "Granddaddy Wants a Touch", "Shut up T" 
re I Parked My Car", "Babe I'm the Roundhouse" 
i & Accomplishments: Varsity Lax Captain, JV Puck, Owner and Operator of Roundhouse-a-plooza, Bomb Squad, Varsity Back Lettuce 
t: me past 7 years have been the best time of my life. I gotta thank TB, Footer and Shnmpdawg for all the good times. I also would like to thank my family, and 
' my parents for giving me the opportunity to attend SAC. I'll never forget the good times from JV Puck and 1st Lax. The fellas at this school are hands down 
luys in the world. We are without doubt the best group of beauties ever assembled with the hair to prove it. I will miss every single one of you guys. We've had 
la limes awesome trips, crazy nights, really long weekends, one or two group activities, and lots debatable situations. Let's keep the good times rolling, 
mber of the Class of 2013 

Dileaus Gu Brath 




Raymond Ruan 

House: Flavelle 
Years at SAC: Three 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platinum Star, Public Affairs NCO, Flavelle Compan 
Community Service Hours: 68 



Muhammad Salyani 

House: Ramsey Years at SAC: Seven 



Athletics & Awards: Varsity Cricket (Captain, IVIVP, CISAA Champions) 

Clubs & Positions Held: Model United Nations (President), Debating and Public Speaking Society (Captain), Most Contribution to 



Debating Program Award, Middle School Debating (Head Coach), SACTV (Editor), Economics and Political Issues Club (Vice- 
President) 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award, Platoon Commander (Lieutenant), Ramsey Company 
Community Service Hours: 229 





John Sandham 



House: Smith Years at SAC: Four 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Alpine Skiing (Captain) 

Clubs & Positions Held: Marksmansliip "A" Team, SASSAW (Tanzania), Tuck Shop (Manager) 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Deputy Commanding Officer (Major), Headquarters Staff 
Community Service Hours: 246 



Stefano Scaini 



House: Ramsey Years at SAC: Seven 

Athletics & Awards: McEwen Prize, Col. F. A. Tilston V. C. Award, Varsity Squash 

Clubs & Positions Held: Community Service Council (President), St. Andrew s Debating Society (President), Chess Club, 
(President), Economics and Political Issues Club (President) 

Platoon Warrant Officer, Ramsey Company 
Community Service Hours: 141 

Comment: "Not to be born is the best for man; The end of toil is a bailiff's order. Throw down the mattock and dance while you can. 
- W.H. Auden 





Fr/fz Schildt 



House: Memorial 
Years at SAC: Two 

Clubs & Positions Held: Admission Club, Photography Club 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Memorial Company 
Community Service Hours: 42 



Alexander Seto 

Nicknames; Seto. Uedarr, Mini, Seats, Little Seto, Cutie 



Activities & Accomplishments: Prefect, Pipe Major (Ctiief Warrant Officer), Tanzania SASSAW Trip, IVIiddle School House Captain, Assistant Head of House (Laidlaw) Senior 
and Junior Pipes & Drums, Aubrey M. Foy Award Recipient (Best IVIiddle Scfiool Piper), Middle School Council, Standard Bearer, Student Ambassador, Co-President of Outreach 
Committee and Breal<fast Club, Co-President & Founder of Entrepreneurship and Bagpiping Club, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Squash (MVP & Captain), Varsity Tennis. 
Community Service Hours (200+), Lifer. CISAA Champions: Varsity Squash (4), U-16 Squash (1), U-14 Squash (1) CISAA Finalists: Varsity Tennis (1), Varsity Volleyball (1), 
Varsity Squash (1) 

Commenl: Being a lifer. I have been through it all. These past 7 years at SAC have provided me with experiences and memories that I will remember for the rest of my life. All I 
can say now is that I am incredibly grateful. I am grateful for all the trips I have been on, hobbies and sports that I have picked up, and the education that I have gained. I have 
my parents to thank for all of this. Thank you. Mom and Dad, for allowing me to experience St. Andrew s College. Zachary you are an awesome brother. I always look up to you 
and you helped guide me through the ropes of this school and through life in general. Thank you all, I love you very much. I also owe a huge thanks to Mr. Jim McGillivray. I 
wouldn't be where I am in bagpiping without him. He has not only been a teacher, but a mentor as well. I'm going to miss everyone; the Prefects, the Pipe Band, the squash 
team. Breakfast Club, the good times in Tanzania, and even the fights in French Class. It's finally over, but I m looking forafarcl to starting the next chapter of my life. I will never 
forget this place as an OldEoy, and I am forever an Andrean. Thanks SAC! 




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Christian Settino 



Nicl<names: Settino, Tino 

Activities & Accomplishments: Warrant Officer of Laidlaw House, Middle School House Captain, 1st Hockey CISAA a 
Macpherson Champions, JV Soccer Captain and MVP 

Comment: 7 years later, I am now leaving St. Andrew's College. It really is true when they tell you how fast it flies by. It 
like just yesterday I drove up the gates of SAC for the first time. The bond that has been created with my brothers and I, 
something that distance can break. 



not 




an Sheridan 



ames: Cow, Moo, White, Conor, The Bangggerrr 

ties & Accomplishments: JV Hoops, Tanzania 2012, Music Conference Moderator, Golf Wang 
nent: I would like to thank my Mom and Dad for sending me to such an amazing school. The 
ships I've made will last a lifetime; we've been through great times and not so great times. I'll miss al 
lys next year, I hope everyone is successful. 




an Shotbolt 



HoLlse: Ramsey Years at SAC: Six 

Athletics & Awards: Curling, Nordic Skiing, Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Soccer, Junior Varsity 
Hockey, Varsity Lacrosse (Captain) 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Pipes and Drums (Head Tenor Drummer) 
Community Service Hours: 104 



J. Sifton 



>e: Perrier Years at SAC: Seven 

s & Positions Held: Perrier, Head of House, 

r Leadership/Cadet Roles: Wind Ensemble, Perrier Company 

nunity Service Hours: 142 





Dylan Sikura 



Nicknames: Sikky, Siko, Sikky baud, Dsiks, Sikkyll, Dyl, Down, Not Not Down, Always Down, Cares, Thanks So Much 
Activities & Accomplishments: JV Puck back to back Champs, 1st Lacrosse, 4 year vet 

Comment: As my 4th and final year comes to an end its weird to think that it is finally my time to graduate. After watching my brother graduate while I was a young schmee in 
grade 9, to finally being in his shoes now, you can really see how St. Andrew's develops you as a person. First of all I want to thank my parents for putting me through the best 
four years of my life. I would also like to thank all the teachers that I had the privilege to be taught by, (especially Bias), Lastly and most importantly I would like to thank all the 
boys that I struggled with throughout my high school career. There was never a dull moment with these fellas. From every double header weekend, to all the cares we showed 
through our grade twelve year, I love every single one of you and will miss all these guys. Thanks to everyone and good luck with what the future brings, keep in touch' 



omas Sinclair 



ties & Accomplishments: Reach for the Top, Musicfest Triple gold, Twice Cissa Curling Champion, 
nent: Over the past four years at SAC, I have had quite a few great teachers, but above all, I must 
the teachers that have put up with me for four years, Sandi Chasson, David Stewart, and Trevor 
Throughout my years at SAC, there is no teacher that has changed my thought process more than 
3nay Shrimpton, and for that, I thank him profusely. However, in the end, I must quote Karl Marx in 
it words, "go on, get out, last words are for fools who haven't said enough." 





Walid Siyam 



House: Memorial Years at SAC: Three 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Swimming (CISSA Champions), Varsity Football (CISAA Champions), Soccer, Varsity Rugby (CAIS 
Champions, CISAA Champions) 
Clubs & Positions Held: Rugby Club 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Silver Star, Gold Star, Platinum Star, Memorial Company 
Community Service Hours: 93 



)/eSopik 



lames: Sops 

ities & Accomplishments: Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Rugby, Prefect, 
Jent of Andrean Life Council 

nent: I would just like to thank my parents for sending me to SAC for the past five years. I 
n't have asked for a better opportunity and a better group of guys to spend my high school 
rwith. It's been real. 





Jake Stirling 



Nicknames: Jimmy, Jimbo 

Activities & Accomplishments: Captain of Varsity Football, Member of Varsity Hockey | 
Comment: As I look back on my time at St. Andrew's, it seems like only yesterday I was walking into Rogers Hall as a grade 8 nl 
boy. Five years have flown by, and it has come to a bittersweet end. There were ups and downs without a doubt, but the friendsrs 
that I've made will last long beyond graduation. I'd like to thank my parents and grandparents for supporting me through this 
experience. Cheers to all the lads of the class of 201 3, it's been a great ride. 



Justin Tang 

Nicknames: JT 



Nicknames: JT 

Activities & Accomplishments: Assistant Head of House, Sifton; Mac House Captain; Student Led Group; Founder, Tech Club; 
Sifton Company Warrant Officer 

Comment: My three years at St. Andrew's is quite possibly the fastest-passing three years of my life. I have never anticipated my 
experience here to be as profound as it would turn out when I first joined the school. St. Andrew s have become an integral part of 
me. It has taught me independence, confidence, and most important of all, it's a world of meritocracy. Your experience is what you 
make of it. The more you put in, the more you would get out of it. And now, as we all graduate to begin anew, I wish you all best of 
luck. 



Brett TomWnson 

■House: Smith Years at SAC: Four 
Athletics & Awards: JV Hoops 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platinum Star, 
Community Service Hours: 79 



Sergeant, Smitin Company 



Ty Topolinski 



House: Flavelle Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Football (Co-CaptaIn, CISAA Champions), Varsity Track and Field Co- 
Captain Varsity Football 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Flavelle Company 
Community Service Hours: 44 





Jonathan Tse 



House: Smith Years at SAC: 7 

Athletics & Awards: Col. Fred Tilston V.C. Award (2012), First Fencing (2013) 

Clubs & Positions held: SACPRAS member, Reach For the Top Club, SACPRAS member, Robotics Club Founder and Presi^nt 
Other Leadership/Cadet roles: Library Advisory Committee, Cadet Warrant Officer and Regimental Armourer 
Comment: As I leave SAC and reminisce about the many wonderful experiences that I've had at this fantastic school, it is only )W 
that I realize how great an impact this school has impressed upon me. I would like to take time now to thank the many teachers: 
SAC for their harcTwork at making me the intelligent, knowledgeable, and well-rounded person I am at this juncture in time. As ' II I 
would especially like to thank my parents for spending the considerable sum of money on my education rather than on themseljs. 



Keaton Ward 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Four 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Cross Country (Captain), Varsity Swimming (Captain), Varsity Lacrosse 
(Captain, MVP)) 

Clubs & Positions Held: Student Lead Groups (Co-President), SAFDA, Weight Room Moderator 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Deputy Head Prefect, Company Commander (Captain), Sifton Company 
Community Service Hours: 103 





Burke White 



House: Ramsey Years at SAC: Seven 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Football, Varsity Hockey (MIP), Varsity Lacrosse 
Clubs & Positions Held: SACTV 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Company Sergeant Major (Master Warrant Officer), Ramsey ('■ 
Community Service Hours: 183 





illiam White 

8S: Willy, Billy Black, Prince Rizzia Junior Rizzia 



House Border, 



I Cadet for Memorial House (12), and a few fclSAA Championships and one CAIS 'Championsnip 



. The past three years have been nothing short of amazing! Coming to Canada and not knowing what to expect, I was helped by Havden, who made it easif^r for rr.r, 
type of quy you cannot live without as a friend. I remember he took me in as his own brother and I got to experience my first party as Tyler Park for the night JOir.ua 
dDaniel will always be my fhends because they have been through everything with me. This place is truly amazing and without many teachers I don't know if I would 
re so thanks so much IVlr. IWIanning, Mr. Stewart, and Mr. Shrimpfon. Grade 11 was a breeze, but not too many great memories, except winning 4 championships with 
rabe 1 2 was honestly and unexplainable as to how great it was. The 201 2 Soccer team was again successful, and I met 20 guys who I would have never thought I 
(6 been friends with, ever. The Varsity Hockey team took me in as one of them. Rory, Adam, Jay, Cuilis. Liam, Jack, Jacob Jake and the rest of the returning players 
so much tor the best year of my life. Prom was sickest experience of my life: Hate my prom date thoughi All in all, a lot of great relationships were formed over the pa'i 
s and some of them I never wanted to end. But like they say, all good things must come to an end. I wish everyone I have met here, a great and successful ' 




Nicholas Whitelaw 

House: Perrier Years at SAC: Six 

Athletics & Awards: Junior Varsity Hockey, Varsity Lacrosse 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Perrier Company 
Community Service Hours: 965 



cWise 



e: Smith Years at SAC: Five 

tics & Awards: IVIusic Leadership Award, Four Year Cadet Medal, Varsity Football, Varsity 
etClubs & Positions Held: Community Service Council, RC Club (President) 
Leadership/Cadet Roles: Band Leader, Warrant Officer 
nunity Service Hours: 77 



Christopher Wong 

House: Flavelle Years at SAC: Two 
Athletics & Awards: Novice Nordic Skiing 
Clubs & Positions Held: Anime Club 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Cadets 
Community Service Hours: 20 



lix Wong 



; & Accomplishments: Curling team CISSA champion, Sr. Track and field MIP, Warrant Officer of Memorial Company, Staff cadet of Silver Star, 
t: I came to St. Andrew's College in 2009. It was my first time studying in a place that is 15 hours flight away from my home. I was really nervous and worried as I knew I 
) to live alone in a country with different culture and language. Fortunately, I was assigned to Memorial House which had a huge impact on my 4 years in SAC. Mr. and 
ier treated me as their own son and made me feel like Memorial House is my home away from home. Although, they are retired, they have become a symbol of 
House and their spiht will last forever. SAC is an incredible school which I can gain lots of experiences which will benefit me for my lifetime. I was impressed by the 
nd between every single Andean; they will support one another under any circumstances. After four years in SAC, I can proudly say that I did not just make friends but 
vhich will last for a lifetime. I would like to thanks my parents for sending me to SAC and my guardian for taking care of me in these tour years. 





Jackie Wong 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Six 

Athletics & Awards: Varsity Squash 

Clubs & Positions Held: Anime IVIanga Club 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Platoon Warrant Officer, Sifton Company 
Community Service Hours: 215 
Extended French Certificate Recipient 



stin Wong 



Jmes: Jaayy, Juice Stand 

5S & Accomplishments: Memorial House Assistant Head of House, CCS Vice president, Varsity Tennis, Student 
'Ship Group, Wind Ensemble, over 150 community service hours, MacDonald House Captain 
lent: Despite not being a sports elite or a top scholar at school, I feel that SAC has already fulfilled its greatest duty in 
g out what was concealed inside me, the potential in being a student, a leader, and a well-rounded citizen. 





Scott Wood 



Nicknames: Major Wood 
Activities & Accomplishments: Cadet Commanding Officer, Prefect 

Comment: My four years here challenged me to become a strong confient leader that wil prove to be benecial to me for the rest of my life. I remember showing up at the L 
locker in 2009 with my brother, and now I will bewalking across the quad to get my diploma soon. I would like to thank my roommate John Joseph Mitchell for convincing rr 
Transifion-UP to boarding in grade twelve, it was interesting and helpful. I would like to thank my advisor, Studwig for help he as provided me over my four years. I would i 
like to thank Major McCue for all of his support and guidance during my time in the cadet program, it has provided me with my dream career. 

Last, I would like to thank my parents for allowing me and making it possible for me to attend this dream of a high school. It truely has shaped me into the person that I am 
I am a better person for attending SAC. 



Kenny Wu 



House: Sifton Years at SAC: Four 

Athletics & Awards: Junior Varsity Swimming, Nordic Skiing, Scholar 
Clubs & Positions Held: Student Technology Club 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Sifton Company, Weekend Programmer (Sifton House) 
Community Service Hours: 160 





Peter Wu 



House: Memorial Years at SAC: Four 
Athletics & Awards: JV Swimming 

Clubs & Positions Held: Robotics (Captain), Wind Ensemble Euphonium Player 
Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Robocup 2012 Mexico City, Band Trip London Olympics 2012 
Community Service Hours: 78 



Peter Xu 



House: Memorial Years at SAC: Three 

Athletics & Awards: Silver Standard, Galois Math Contest, Top 25%, Cayley Math Contest 

Clubs & Positions Held: Math Club 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Gold Star Instructor 

Community Service Hours: 102 




Elliott Ye 



House: Flavelle 
Years at SAC: Three 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Sergeant, Flavelle Company 
Community Service Hours: 50 



Tom Yuan 



House: Memorial Years at SAC: Two 

Athletics & Awards: Scholar, RoboCup 2012 

Clubs & Positions Held: SACPrAs, GO Club 

Other Leadership/Cadet Roles: Table-Tennis (Captain) 

Community Service Hours: 70 





Kyle Zacharuk 



Nicknames: KZ 

Activities & Accomplishments: JV Hockey. Tanzania SASSAW, Regimental Flag Holder ^ u i ■ 

Comment: I came to SAC in grade 9, knowing very few people. I was lucky enougn to play hockey outside of school wi 
few guys, and have an older brother in his graduating year, who left me some massive shoes to fill. I have made a ton c 
guys over the past four years, and had some awesome memories to remember them by. None of this would have been 
possible without the support of my parents, my older siblings (Kevin, Krista), my advisor (Mr. Kimmerer), my Housemas 
Service), and the brotherhood here at SAC. I'd like to wishlhose who have been by my side since day one all the best i 
future. Dileas gu brath. 



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Middle School Prize Day Ceremony 



Grade 5 - Academic Awards 

These awards are for students who have earned both Scholar status (an overall grade average of at least 80%) and the 
Academic Merit Award (an overall learning skills average of at least 80%). These boys will be receiving an Honours Medal fc 
academic excellence over the entire School year. Students will receive a Bronze Honours medal, with the exception of the 
student with the highest average, who will receive the Gold Honours medal. The student with the second-highest average 

receives the Silver Honours medal. 




Standing in 1st place in the grade 5 class and receiving the Gold Honours medal is: 



Michael Sun 
Grade 5 Prizes 
The Arts Prize - Bryce Neil 
Health and Physical Education Prize - Nolan Micheiberger 

The Mathematics Prize - Matthew Sun 
The Language Arts Prize/The Science Prize - Michael Sun 
The Social Studies Prize/The French Prize - Aidan Walters 



Canadian National Mathematics League Award - Matthew Sun 



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Grade 6- Academic Awards 

}e first awards are for students who have earned either Scholar status (an overall grade average of at 
least 80%) or the Academic l\/lerit Award (an overall learning skills average of at least 80%). 
Receiving Bronze Honours medals are: 
Mikey Bahen 
Andrew Boland 
Thomas Childerhose 
Patrick LeClaire 

Chris Liu 
Joseph Walker 
Owen Laffey FT/Tie 

ie next awards are for students who have earned both Scholar status (an overall grade average of at 
least 80%}) and the Academic Merit Award (an overall learning skills average of at least 80%,). 

Receiving Bronze Honours medals are 
Spence Berman 
Aidan Bradley 
Justin Cheung 
Sterling Cochran 
Jacob Crocker 
Andy Han 
Samir Khaki 
Osher Lee 
Ryan Lindsay 
Coulson Link 
Arya Mizrahi 
Joshua Osborne 
Billy Sun 
Ryan Sutherland-Pace 

Ben van Eeden ^ >■"' 

Standing in 2nd place and receiving the Silver Honours medal is: 
Jack Kensit 

Standing in 1st place in the grade 6 class and receiving the Gold Honours medal is. 

Marshall Moore 




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Grade 6 Prizes 

The Enriched French Prize - Samir Khaki 
The Language Arts Prize - Marshall Moore 
The Science Prize- Spence Berman 
Health and Physical Education Prize / Social Studies Prize - Jack Kensit 
The Mathematics Prize / Music Prize - Osher Lee 
The Visual Arts Prize / The Core French Prize - Andy Han 



Canadian National Mathematics League Award - Chris Liu and Andy Han (tied) 



The Grade 6 "Superstar" Award - In recognition of the student in grade 6 who exhibits the most 
conscientious work ethic and leadership development: ^ 
Marshall Moore 



Grade 7 - Academic Awards 

The first awards are for students who have earned either Scholar status (an 
overall grade average of at least 80%) or the Academic Merit Award (an 
overall learning skills average of at least 80%). 

Students receiving Bronze Honours medals are: 

Hashim Baloch 
Brayden Byers 
Sebastian Giorgio 
Connor Iwai 
Riley Jackson 
Wells Karabin 
Pedro Ozores Sanchez Mejorada 
Todd Tian 
*Steven Daher FT/TIE 
*Branson Johnson FT/PIN 

The next awards are for students who have earned both Scholar status (an 
overall grade average of at least 80%) and the Academic Merit Award (an 
overall learning skills average of at least 80%). 

Receiving Bronze Honours medals are: 

Nicholas Badali Ruben Lopez Vergara 

Parker Boland Will McHenry 

Austin Brett James Muenzenberger 

Nathan Chadsey Mark Polemidiotis 

Ryan Collis JP Schnabe! 

Jack Davies Saajan Sethi 

Joshua Dunn Rickie Tang 

Ewan Fox Emiliano Ventosa Pacheco 

Andrew Hoogers William Wang 

John Jr. Hopkinson Leo Li FT/ Tie 

Dalton Lehman Peter Wu FT/Tie 

Christopher Leung Chris Poropat FT Tie/Pin 

Standing in 2nd piace and receiving the Silver IHonours 
medal: Jorge Chedraui Abud 
Standing in 1st place in the grade 7 class and receiving the 
Gold Honours medal: Kevin Kuan 




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Grade 7 Prizes 

The Core French Prize - Emiliano Ventosa 

Health and Physical Education Prize - Will McHenry 

The Winnet Prize for English - Awarded for proficiency in 
composition, grammar, spelling and writing: Dalton Lehman 

The Enriched French Prize / The Geography Prize / 
The Mathematics Prize - Jorge Chedraui 

The Science Prize / The History Prize / The Visual Arts 
Prize/ The Music Prize - Kevin Kuan 

Canadian National Mathematics League Award - Peter 
Wu 

Gauss Mathematics Contest - Josh Dunn 



The Improvement Prize - For the student who has made the 
greatest improvement in his grade average since June 2012: 
Brayden Byers with an improvement of 3.9 percentage 
points. 



Grade 8 - Academic Awards 

students receiving Bronze Honours medals are: 
Genaro Borrego Simon 
Matthew Brenzel 
Andrew Currie 
Matteo Fina 
Regan Kimens 
Michael Lakkotrypis 
Arnoldo Lanzarin Lizarraga 
Guillermo Rumbaut Gonzalez 
Luis Munoz Saad 
John Musgrave 
Daniel Panzures 
Luis Ramon Zablah 
Niklas Seidel 
Tarun Sethi 
Michael von Schalburg 
Johnny Yu 

The next awards are for students who have earned both 
Scholar status (an overall grade average of at least 80%) anc 
the Academic Merit Award (an overall learning skills average i 
at least 80%). 
Receiving Bronze Honours medals are: 
Nicholas Bowiin 

Kyle Chen 
Daniel Cheung 
Mihai Ciuclureanu 
Quinton Cochran, 
William Deo 
Antonio Dodero Urquiza 
Alejandro Elizondo Ordonez 
Inigo Elizundia Domit 
Filip Grantcharov 
^ ^ Oil Harris, 

^ Gregory Hoogers 

Andrew Jeffery 
Daniel Kim 
Kevin Kim 
Connor LeClaire 
Randy Lee 
^^^^Hi^^^^l Sean Lindsay 
^^^^H3^H^\ Lynn 
Jon Maiowney 
^^■|^Bp\ J. P. Martin 
W^ff^Sf!'^^ Byron Mawaya 

jl*^^ Trew Morris 

Emilio Riestra Rivero 
Cooper Scullion-Smeenk 
William Shields 
Connor Sleeth 

Tony Sul 
Tyler Thomas 
Patrick Turner 
Mario Vazquez 
Robert Wang 
Conor Woodroffe 

Luca Zadra j 
Matthew Medhurst FT/Tie, William Sirman FT/ Tie 
Joseph Yazdani FT/Tie 
Standing 2nd in the grade 8 class and receiving the Silverl 
Honours Medal is Melvin Maroon 
Standing 1st in the grade 8 class for the Gold Honours Medaf 
Eric Asgari | 




Grade 8 Prizes 
The Geography Prize - Trew Morris 
The Core French Prize - Jon Malowney 
Health and Physical Education Prize - Luca Zadra 
rhe History Prize/ The Enriched French - Eric Asgari 
The Science Prize - William Deo 
The Visual Arts Prize - Daniel Cheung 
The Grade 8 Mathematics Prize - Randy Lee 



B Music Prize /The grade 9 Mathematics Prize and The 
]0ur-Campbell English Prize - Awarded for proficiency in 
composition, grammar, spelling and writing: 
Melvin Maroon 




Jorge Chedraui 
Ryan Collis 
Ewan Fox 
Kevin Kuan 
Dalton Lehman 
Will McHenry 
Saajan Sethi 

Special School Prizes 



Middle School Reading Prize - Awarded to a student who lias 
read tlie greatest number of bool<s in the Middle School 
Reading Program during the School year. This award is a 
collaborative initiative between the Towers Library and Middle 

School academic program to promote and support literacy 
among our students and to encourage students to become life- 
long readers. Recipient: Dorian Jones 

The Bilaal Rajan Hands for Help Community Service Award 

- Presented to the grade 8 student who has devoted the most 
hours to noteworthy community service projects and activities. 
Recipient: William Shields 



erican Mathematics Contest - Overall winner - Peter Wu; 
Grade 8 winner - Filip Grantcharov 

Canadian National Mathematics League Award - 

William Deo and Tony Sul (tied) 

auss Mathematics Contest - Overall winner - Peter Wu; 
Grade 8 winner - William Deo 

le Bruce B. King Memorial Improvement Prize - for the 

dent who has made the greatest improvement in his grade 
'srage since June 2012. A loyal Andrean, Mr. King was a 
student at St. Andrew's from 1911 to 1922. 
With an improvement of 9.9 percentage points - 
William Shields 

Headmaster's Honour Roll 

lese grade 7 or 8 students have achieved 85% or more in 
every subject. 
Eric Asgari 
Mihai Ciuciureanu 
William Deo 
Riley Jackson 
Kevin Kuan 
Melvin Maroon 
Will McHenry 
Mark Polemidiotis 
76 following boys are receiving their Headmaster's ties for 
the first time: 
Jorge Chedraui Abud 
Tony Sul 

Middle School Council 

he members of the Middle School Council are chosen by 
h the faculty and their peers to play a leadership role in the 

Middle School. 
Members of the 2013-2014 Middle School Council are: 
Austin Brett 



The Chairman's Public Speaking Competition Award - 

To recognize the winner of our annual Middle School public 
speaking contest. Recipient. Melvin Maroon 

Thomas A. Hockin Trophy for Middle School Clan 
Competition - Presented to the Middle School clan that has 
acquired the most clan points amongst its members. This year's 
winner is the Montrose clan, captains - Quinton Cochran and 
Mac Houghton. The second place goes to Wallace Clan, and 
the third place to Bruce. 

The Robert W. Meagher Language Arts Award - To the 

student of the Middle School whose first language is neither 
English nor French and who makes outstanding progress in 
either of Canada's official languages. Recipient: Johnny Yu 

The Brian R. Mitchell Award - For proficiency in Junior 
Debating. Mr. Mitchell was the school's top debater in his 
graduating class of 1977. Recipient: Michael Lakkotrypis 

The Colonel Tilston Award - To honour the students who. in the 
opinion of the faculty, have set the best example in their class for effort, 
persistency and tenacity in their studies and in all other school activities. 
Colonel Frederick A. Tilston merited The Victoria Cross, the highest military 
honour of the British Commonwealth, for his "courage under fire" on March 1st, 
1945. 

Grade 5: Jack Kempczinski 

Grade 6: Owen Laffey 
Grade 7: Emiliano Ventosa 

Grade 8: Trew Morris 

The Roy H.M. Lowndes Prize -To the student in grade 8 who 
best excels in studies, games, deportment and character. Mr. 
Lowndes was a student here from 1906 to 1912 and was a 
dedicated member of the Andrean community. Recipient: 
Luca Zadra 



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Grade 9 - Academic Awards 

Academic Merit 

The following students have modeled exemplary 
learning skills: 
Victor Li 
Oscar Qi 
Elliot Almuina Pica 
David Gorodetsky 

Alexander Kyle 
Cameron Lawrence 
Darrian Spampinato 

Scholars 

Jamie Finaly 
Gavin Fox 
Elliott Powers 

Scholars & Academic Merit Award 

The following students have an average of 80% or 
higher and have modeled exemplary learning skills. 
Aadam Ali 
Aldan Bertolas 

Harry Cai 
Russell Cheng 
Nicholas Chow 
Andrew Crawford 
Adamo D'Angelo 
Ryan Gold 
Jack Irwin 
Ji Sang Jeon 
Benjamin Jiang 
Jong Hoon Kim 
Donald Kwok 
Cayne Lander 
Mikel Lanzagorta 
Jason Li 
Aidan Link 
Artiom Lisin 
John Little 
Eric Lowry 
Owen Luo 
Sulaiman Mahmood 
James Michaelis 

Andy Park 
Daniel Paspalofski 

Jonah Pawluk 
Tristan Tsvetanov 
Jack Turn 
Jerry Tuzi 
Dylan van Eeden 



Zakir Virani 
(Tiger) Wenxin Wang 
Alex Xu 
David Xu 
Tiger Xu 
Yan Xu 
Burak Yalcin 
Harry Yang 
Jimmy Yuan 
Shangyang Yue 
Jin Zhou 
Wei Lian Zou 

Top 10 Standing 

Standing Percent 
Vitally Shevchuk 10 89.6 
Drake Porter 9 90.1 
Lim JongUkS 90.3 
Arthur Chiu 7 90.4 
DanilO]ha6 91.9 
Julian Smith-Voudouris 5 92.5 
Alexander Oushalka 4 92.8 

Gary Zhou 3 92.9 
Jadyn Dragasevich 2 93.1 
Nikhil Nath 1 93.6 

Subject Prizes 

The following prizes are awarded for top 
standing in a subject. 
The Geography Prize 
For highest standing in grade 9 Geography, 
and the 
The Science Prize 
For highest standing in grade 9 Science. 
Nikhil Nath 

The English Prize 

For highest standing in grade 9 English. 
James Michaelis 

The Visual Arts Prize 

For highest standing in grade 9 Visual Arts. 
Aidan Bertolas 

The Canadian Intermediate Math Contest 

Awarded in recognition of the student who 
ranked in the top twenty-five percent of 
contestants, 
and the 

The Pascal Mathematics Contest Award 

In recognition of the Gold Medalist Award 
winner. 
Alex Xu 




The Health and Physical Education Prize 

^ highest standing in grade 9 Health and Physical 
Education 
Russell Cheng 

The French Prize 

For highest standing in grade 9 French. 
Jin Zhou 

The Fryer Mathematics Contest Award 

n recognition of the students who achieved the 
Silver Standard. 
Alex Xu 
Peter Wu 

The Information Technology Prize 

For highest standing in grade 9 Information 
Technology. 
Jonah Pawluk 

The Music Prize 

For highest standing in grade 9 Music. 
Jadyn Dragasevich 

The Heather Ingiis Memorial Prize for 
Mathematics 

For highest standing in grade 9 Mathematics. 
Alexander Oushalkas 

SPECIAL AWARDS 

The Gilbert deB. Robinson Memorial 
Improvement Prize 

For the student who has made the greatest 
percentage improvement over last June. Mr. 
)binson was a student at St. Andrew's from 1916 
to 1923 and served his school with distinction. 
This year's winner raised his average by 9.0%. 
Vitaiy Godonoaga 



GRADE 10 - ACADEMIC AWARDS 
Academic Merit 

The following students have modeled exemplary leaming 
skills: 
Riley Fischer 
Cole Macgregor 
Duncan Robertson 
Albert Yoo 

Scholars 

The following students have achieved Scholar status by 
having an average of 80% or higher: 
Graydon Gardner 
Griffin James 
Jurgen Jentsch 
Gian Paulo laboni 
David O'Connor 
Harvey Tao 
Matt Yustin 

SCHOLARS & ACADEMIC MERIT AWARD 

The following students have an average of 80% or higher 
and have modeled exemplary learning skills: 
Rex Liu 
Ram bod Rezaie 

Ivan Kam 
Gordon Xiong 
Daniel Galaninskiy 
□am Smith 
Aydden Almadi 
Andre Chan 
Mark Chan 
Brandon Coverdale 
Krisztian Fockter 

Evan Forth 
Matthew Galajda 
Adrian Goyo 
Quinton Gray 
Ben Harrison 
Austin Hassani 

Emil Hiiri 
Michael Huang 
Matthew lezzi 
Darren Iwai 

Min Ji 
□am Joiner 
Ben Kastelyanets 
Brayden Kerr 
Kunal Khemani 
Andrew Ladouceur 
Justin Laird 
Cedric Lau 
Darren Luo 
Avery MacKenzie 
Hollis MacKenzie 
Andrew Mackin 
Marco Magnante 
Joseph Manchia 
Justin McNamara 



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Omer Moustafa 

David Munro 
John Polemidiotis 
Angelis Prattas 
Eraad Rahman 
Chris Rowcliffe 
Yaseen Salyani 
Joseph Shields 
Saad Siddiqui 
Adam Sinclair 
Fraser Spoik 
Aaron Sum 
Ben Thompson 
Matthew Turner 
Austin Valjas 
Devon Walters 
Brian Wang 
Logan Ward 
Billy Wu 
Blair Xu 
Martin Yu 
Jason Zhang 
Allen Zhou 
Top Ten Standing 
Standing Percent 
Ryan Shin 10 91.8 
Tom WU991.9 
DongHwan Kim 8 92.0 
Andrew Jun 7 92.1 
Mark Mackey 6 92.2 
Justin Lee 5 92.4 
Kevin Chong 4 95.6 
Aidan Calverley 3 96.0 

Alex Lee 2 96.1 
Dhruv Krishnan 1 96.4 



SUBJECT PRIZES 

The next prizes are awarded for top standing in a subject. 

The Visual Arts Prize 

For highest standing in grade 10 Visual Arts. 
Juan Carlos Artigas 

The Louise Macdonald Sifton Prize for Mathematics 

For highest standing in grade 10 Mathematics. 
Gary Zhou 

The Science Prize 

For the highest standing in grade 10 Science. 

AND j 
The Computer Studies Prize ' 

For highest standing in grade 10 Computer Science. 
Aidan Calverley 

The Euclid l\/lathematics Contest Award 

Awarded by the University of Waterloo. 
AND 

The American Mathematics Competition Award 

Awarded to the top scorer in the school. 

AND I 
The Cayley Mathematics Contest Prize 

Awarded to a student who ranked in the top twenty-five \ 
percent of contestants. j 



AND 

The Galois Mathematics Contest Award 

^rded in recognition of the student wlio achieved at the 
Gold Standard. 
AND 

The Canadian Senior Math Contest 

varded to a student who ranl<ed in the top twenty-five 
percent of contestants. 
Dong Hwan Kim 

The Communications Technology Prize 

For highest standing in grade 10 Communications 
Technology. 
Harvey Tao 

The English Prize 

'or highest standing in grade 10 English. In memory of 
liter Findlay, one of the original masters at SAC in 1899. 
Kevin Chong 



The Music Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Music. 
AND 

The Business Studies Prize 

For highest standing in grade 10 Business Studies 
AND 
The French Prize 
For highest standing in grade 10 French. 
Dhruv Krishnan 



rhe Wyld Prize for English as a Second Language 

-or highest standing in grade 10 English as a Second 
Language. 
Gordon Xiong 

The Dramatic Arts Prize 

For highest standing in grade 10 Dramatic Arts. 
Saad Siddiqui 
Health and Physical Education Prize 
For highest standing in grade 10 Health and Physical 
Education. 
Quinton Gray 

The E.G. Staunton History Prize 

xwarded to the top student in grade 10 History. The prize 
as been presented and endowed by the Merkel Family, 
wid '82, Sanysa, Andrew '90 and Eric '1 1, as a tribute to 
Mr. Staunton. 
AND 
The Music Prize 
For highest standing in grade 10 Music. 
AND 

The Spanish Prize 

For the highest standing in grade 10 Spanish. 



SPECIAL AWARDS 

The Improvement Prize 

For the student who has made the greatest percentage 
improvement over last June. 
This year he raised his overall average by 19.3% 
Victor Reshetnikov 




Grade 11 - Academic Awards 

Academic Merit 

Adam Ashby, Christopher Clarke, Rayyan Dawood, Andy 
Tong, Jeffrey Banwell, Connor CB-Lamontagne, Callum 
Green, Kevin Leslie, Ricardo Lozada, Zac Masson, Cam 
McArthur, Alexander Mulder, Seth Norris, Roy Xu 
Scholars 

The following students have achieved Scholar status by having an average 
of 80% or higher: 

Braeden Glendinning, Bryce Johnson, Zach Marcus, 
Brett Nichol, Alexander Sgro, Brett Stirling, Yang Yang, 
Nicolas Zheng 
Scholars and Academic Merit Award 

The following students have an average of 80% or higher and have modeled 
exemplary learning skills: 
Adrian Austin, Alex Bowlin, Corey Bristoll, Jordan Brown 



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Jordan Carter, Mitchell Carter 
Bobby Cave, Ian Chappell 
Jeremy Chow, Tim Chuk 
George Ciuciureanu, Thai Son Dang - 
Tobias Diedkmann, Ben Elliott 
Scott Elliott, Edward Essue 
Alexander Farnham Gouthro 
Warren Foegele, Jason Graham 
Matthew Graha, Henry Hsieh 
Jarred Hu, Eric Joo 
Jae Woo Kang, Matthew Kennedy 
Jacob King, Michael Marcantognini 
Jean-Philippe McCluskey, Christopher Merchant 
Charles-David Mitchell, Arthur Parakovits 
Andy Peng, Zachary Petrachek 
Christian Philbert, Taylor Pilmer 
Karim Popatia, Samuel Salomon 
Graham Sutton, Geoffrey Wei 
Edric Wong, Jom Yan 
Cleander Yu, Jin Hyunk Yu 
llya Zaretskiy, Ken Zheng 
Top Ten Standing 
Standing Percent 






Bo Zhang 10 92.7 
Parth Agarwal 9 92.9 
Francois Yoshida-Are 8 93.5 
Michael Mardini 7 93.7 
Peter Grantcharov 6 94.0 
Chris Egi 5 94.3 
Hans Weng 4 94.6 
Lucas Hu 3 95.1 
Will Pidduck 2 96.3 
Peter Song 1 97.1 

SUBJECT PRIZES 



The Hypatia Mathematics Contest Award 

Awarded to the school winner. 

Jeremy Chow 
The Fermat Mathematics Contest Prize 

*^ In recognition of the student who ranked in the twenty-five percent of the 
^4'' contestants. 
F'^^-^j, AND 

The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medal in 
Mathematics and Science 

Awarded to a student who has distinguished himself in mathematics and 
science. Should this student accept and enroll at Rensselaer, he will be 
awarded a scholarship of $15,000 per year for four years. 
AND 




The Chemistry Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Chemistry. 
AND 

The Physics Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Physics. 
AND 

The Computer Science Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Computer Science. 
AND 

The Biology Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Biology. 

Peter Song 



The Reeves Art Prize 

For the highest standing in grade 1 1 Visual Arts. 
AND 

The English Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 English. 

Arthur Parakovits 



The Spanish Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Spanish. 

Evan Forth 



The Henry deB. Forde Economics Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Economics. 
Lucas Hu 

The Dramatic Arts Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Dramatic Arts. 
AND 

The Environmental Science Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Environmental Science 
AND 

The Health and Physical Education Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Health and Physical 
Education. 
Michael Marcantoginini 

The Computer Engineering Prize 

For the highest standing in grade 1 1 Computer Engineering 
Jordan Brown 

The Geography Prize , 

For the highest standing in grade 1 1 Geography. , ^« 

Jean-Philippe McCluskey 

The Isabelle Cockshutt Prize for History 

For the highest standing in grade 1 1 History. Donated by l^rs. F.A. 
Schulman. 

Francois Yoshida-Are 



The Accounting Prize \ 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Accounting. 

Brandon Coverdale 
The French Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 French. 

Parth Agarwal 
The McEwen Leadership Award 

Awarded to the student in the Grade 1 1 McEwen Leadership 
Fundamentals course who best displays a combination of business 
knowledge, leadership potential, and an entrepreneurial spirit 
Chris Egi 



The Communications Technology Prize 

For highest standing in grade 1 1 Communications Technology. 
Zac Masson 



The Philosophy Prize 

For the highest standing in grade 1 1 Philosophy. 

Hans Weng 



The Jim Herder Review Prize 

highest standing in grade 1 1 Communications Tecinnology. Awarded to 
student who has contributed most significantly to the school yearbook - 
The Review. Mr. Herder was the editor in 1963. 
David Zulian 

SPECIAL AWARD 

The Andrew Armstrong Improvement Prize 

the student who has made the greatest percentage improvement over 
last June. This year he raised his overall average 18.9% 
Rayyan Dawood 



Headmaster's Honour Roll 

Michael Huang, DongHwan Kim 
Andrew Ladouceur, Bo Zhang 
Parth Agarwal, Aidan Calverley 
Arthur Chiu, Kevin Chong 
George Ciuciureanu, Brandon Coverdale 
Jadyn Dragasevich, Chris Egi 
Peter Grantcharov, Lucas Hu 
Matthew Kennedy, Brayden Kerr 
Kunal Khemani, Dhruv Krishnan 

Alex Lee, Justin Lee 
Mark Mackey, Michael Mardini 
Christopher Merchant, Nikhil Nath 
Danil Ojha, Alexander Oushalkas 
Andy Peng, Will Pidduck 
Drake Porter, Angelis Prattas 
Yaseen Salyani, Ryan Shin 
Adam Sinclair, Julian Smith-Voudouris 
Peter Song, Hans Weng 
Tom Wu, Francois Yoshida-Are 
Zhou Gary 



Eiders 

' following students have attended St. Andrew's College since grade 6: 

Alex Bowlin, Jordan Brown, George Ciuciureanu, 
Scott Elliott, Warren Foegele, Braeden Glendinning, 
e Woo Kang, Christopher Lakkotrypis, Ricardo Lozada, 

Braden Noxon, Andy Peng, Zachary Petrachek, 
Christian Philbert, Francois Yoshida-Are 

Upper School Special Awards 
Clan Awards 

icond Class Clan Colours are awarded to students who garner 150 or 
more points for their clan based on their co-curricular involvement, 
rimunity service, athletic participation, and academic excellence while 
attending SAC. 

Buchanan Clan: Peter Song, Chattan Clan: Aidan 
ilverley, Dhruv Krishnan Craig Clan: Alex Bowlin, Parth 
arwal, Branden Fennell, Alec Mulder, Christian Philbert, 
im Popatia, Samuel Salomon MacPherson Clan: Corey 
ristoll, Peter Grancharov, Mark Mackey, Cam McArthur 

Ramsay Clan: Alex Auger, Avery Mackenzie, Ben 
Thompson Robertson Clan: Kevin Chong 



For Stewart Clan: Andrew Ladouceur, Kevin Leslie, 
Joseph Manchia, Cleander Yu 

First Class Clan Colours are awarded to students who garner 250 or more 
points for their clan based on their co-curricular involvement, community 
service, athletic participation, and academic excellence while attending SAC. 
For Stewart Clan: George Ciuciureanu, Scott Elliott 

The Backstage Theatre Prize 

For expertise and dedication as a theatre technician or as a member of the 
stage management team. Given by former teacher l\/lr. J. C. Mainphze. 
David Zulian 

The Budding Young Poet Laureate Awards 

Awarded by the Parents Guild for the best performance in the annual "Slam" 
poetry competition. 

Alex Auger, Karim Popatia, Connor Cowl 




The Debating Prize 

Awarded to the student who has made an outstanding contribution to Junior 

Debating. 

Saad Siddiqui 
The C. M. Foster Award 

Presented to the student who has been at the school for at least three years 

and who has made a significant contribution to extracurricular life with an 
emphasis on theatre, debating, The Review, or Focus. Given by Christopher 
Foster ('95) and Stephen Foster ('97) in memory of their grandfather, a 
member of the class of 1922. 
AND 

The Edwin Erikson Prize for Community Service 

^Presented to the student who best served in community-oriented activities. 
Alex Auger 

The Camargo Family Yale University Book Award 

To a grade 1 1 student of outstanding character and intellectual promise. 
Peter Song 

The T.E. Harrison Trophy 

To honour the grade 9 student exhibiting the most distinguished combination 
of character, leadership, academic success, co-curricular engagement and 
athletic accomplishment at St. Andrew's College. Mr. Harrison was a 
Housemaster in Macdonald House for 17 years. 
Arthur Chiu 



The Peter L. Stuart Award 

To honour the grade 9 student exhibiting the most distinguished combination 
of character, leadership, academic success, co-curricular engagement and 
athletic accomplishment at St. Andrew's College. Mr. Stuart was an 
Assistant Headmaster and member of faculty from 1971 to 1994. 
Dhruv Krishnan 



The Colonel Tilston Award 

To honour the students who. in the opinion of the faculty, have set the best 
example in their class for effort, persistency and tenacity in their studies and 
in all other school activities. Colonel Fredericl< A. Tilston merited The Victoria 
Cross, the highest military honour of the Br/'f/sh Commonwealth, for his 
"courage under fire" on March 1st 1945. 

Isaack Justine, Rambod Rezaie, Charles David Mitchell 
The Chairman's Gold Medal 

To next year's Head Boy who has earned the highest standing in Grade 1 1. 
Peter Song 

The Stuart B. Wood Memorial Prize 

Mr Wood was Head Prefect in 1924-25. 

Chris Egi 

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Upper School Prize Day 
Ceremony 
June 14, 2013 

Graduate - Academic Awards 



Graduate Scholars 

Students with a combined average of 80% or greater in tlieir 
university entrance courses. 




Akbar, Sajjad 
Allen, William 
Allison, Graeme 
Anderson, David 
Asbury, David 
Ashoori, Arya 
Baker, Mac 
Begg, Andrew 
Benoit, Brandon 
Bertani, Robert 
Carnegie, Aiden 
Carnegie, Taylor 
Carswell, Donald 
Chalifour, Daniel 
Chan, Matthew 
Chiang, Michael 
Chiodo, Mario 
Cho, Dong-Geun 
Darvay-Canavor, 
Adam de la Torre Garcia, 
Estanislao 
de Langley, Devon 
De Sequeira, Ricardo 
DeGagne, Aaron 
Dunin, Jordan 
Durisin, Mathew 
Elder, James 
Firoz, Buban 
Ford, Justin 
Fournier, Nicholas 
Gallo, Marc 
Godber, Peter 
Harris, Spencer 
Harvey, Curtis 
Hastings-Grgas, Michael 
Hemani, Zain 



Henriques, Adam 

Huang, Sean 
Jeong, Grant Jin, 
Young Woo 
Keenleyside, Andrew 
Kharouk, Alex 
Killops, Liam 
Kimmerer, Erik 
Kwok (Tsoi), Louis 
Ladak, Rahim 
Lai, Curtis 
Lat, Joel 
Lee, Andy 
Lee, Angus 
Lee, Douglas 
Leung, Aaron 
Liang, William 
Little, Thomas 
Lo, Jason 
Mackie, Jay 
MacLean, Taylor 
Mahfood, Joshua 
McConnell, Jonathan 
McDonald, Jack 
McGuire, Rory 
Mcintosh, Mac 
McMillan, David 
Mitchell, John Joseph 
Moodie, Adam 
Moon, Evan 
Moustafa, Ibrahim 
Mullick, Othman 
Nasser, Aman 
Neiman, Ryan 
Ojha, Dilip 
O'Neill, Jack 
Pugliese, Austin 
Qiu, William 



Redmond, Jackson 
Ritchie, Conner 
Romanin, Marc 
Rowntree, Conner 
Ruan, Raymond 
Salyani, Muhammad 
Sandham, John 
Scaini, Stefano 
Seto, Alexander 
Shotbolt, Ryan 

Sifton, CJ 
Sikura, Dylan 
Sinclair, Thomas 
Sopik, Cole 
Stirling, Jake 
Tang, Justin 
Topolinski, Ty 
Tse, Jonathan - 
Ward, Keaton 
White, Burke 
Whitelaw, Nicholas 

Wise, Luc 
Wong, Christopher 
Wong, Felix 
Wong, Jackie 
Wong, Justin 
Wood, Scott 
Wu, Kenny 
Wu, Peter 
Xu Peter 
Yuan. Tom 




Academic Merit Award 

Awarded to students who model 
exemplary learning skills. 
Kharouk, Alex 
Killops, Liam 
Kimmerer, Erik 
Kwok (Tsoi), Louis 
Ladak, Raiiim 
Lai, Curtis 
Lat, Joel 
Lee, Angus 
Lee, Douglas 

Lee, Andy 
Lespere Khiari 

Leung, Aar 
Liang, William 
Little, Thomas 
Lo, Jason 
Mackie, Jay 
j| I Mahfood, Joshua 
McDonald, Jack 
McGuire, Rory 
Mcintosh, Mac 
McMillan, David 
Mitchell, John Joseph 
Moodie, Adam 
Moon, Evan 
Moustafa, Ibrahim 
Mullick, Othman 
I Nasser, Aman 
p Neiman, Ryan 
Neuman, Liam 
Ochocinski, West 
Ojha, Dilip 
O'Neill, Jack 
Pugliese, Austin 

Qiu, William 
Ritchie, Conner 
Rodin, Chance 
I Romanin, Marc 
I Rowntree, Conner 
p Salyani, Muhammad 
Sandham, John 
Scaini, Stefano 
Seto, Alexander 
Shotbolt, Ryan 

Sifton, CJ 
Sikura, Dylan 
Sinclair, Thomas 
Sopik, Cole 
Stirling, Jake 
Tang, Justin 





Topolinski, Ty 
Ward, Keaton 
Wong, Jackie 
Wong, Felix 
Wong, Justin 
Wood, Scott 
Wu, Kenny 
Wu, Peter 
Xu, Peter 
Yuan, Tom 



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Headmaster's Honour Roll 

Awarded to students who obtain 85% or greater in 
eachsubject taken during school year. 
Allen, William 
Allison, Graeme 
Anderson, David 
Asbury, David 
Ashoori Arya 
Carnegie,Taylor 
Carnegie, Aiden 
Chan, Matthew 
Chiang, Michael 
Cho, Dong-Geun 
de la Torre Garcia, 
Estanislao 
De Sequeira, Ricardo 
DeGagne, Aaron 
Dunin, Jordan 
Firoz, Buban 
Ford, Justin 
Hemani, Zain 
Jin Young, Woo 
Keenleyside, Andrew 
Killops, Liam 
Kimmerer, Erik 
Kwok (Tsoi), Louis 
Ladak, Rahim 
Lat, Joel 
Lee, Angus 
Lee, Douglas 

Lee, Andy 
Leung, Aaron 
Liang, William 
Little, Thomas 
Lo, Jason 
Mackie, Jay 
Mahfood, Joshua 
McDonald, Jack 
McGuire, Rory 
Mcintosh, Mac 
Mitchell, John Joseph 
Moon, Evan 



IB 



Moustafa, Ibrahim 
Mullick, Othman 
Nasser, Aman 

Ojha, Dilip 
Pugliese, Austin 
Redmond, Jackson 
Ritchie, Conner 
Romanin, Marc 
Salyani, Muhammad 
Sandham, John 
Scaini, Stefano 
Seto, Alexander 

Sifton, CJ 
Sinclair, Thomas 
Sopik, Cole 
Tang, Justin 
Tse, Jonathan 
Ward, Keaton 
White, Burke 

Wise, Luc 
Wong, Jackie 
Wong, Felix 
Wong, Justin 
Wood, Scott 
Wu, Peter 
Xu, Peter 





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The Canadian National l\/iatliematics League 
Award 

Awarded to the School champion after six rounds of competition 
involving over 200 schools. 
William Liang 

Tlie Gibb Geography Prize for World Issues 

For the highest standing in grade 12 Geography-World Issues. 
Presented in memory of Dick Gibb and donated by Robert H. 
Bradshaw '53 and Alex Bradshaw '89. 
Liam Killops 

The Computer Science Prize 

For highest standing in Computer Science. 
Aiden Carnegie 

The Michael History Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 History. The prize is given by 
Ian, David and Andrew Michael in honour of their grandmother, 

Mrs. Isobel McBride. 

Thomas Sinclair 



The Geomatics Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Geomatics. 
Kenny Wu 



The Justin Ross Scott IVlemorial Dramatic Arts 
Prize 

Awarded for highest standing in dramatic studies in memory c 
Justin, Class of 1998, by Mrs. Ann Bease and Mr. Michael 
Scott. 
Taylor Maclean 

The McEwen Leadership Award 

Awarded to the student in the grade 12 McEwen Leadership 
course who best displayed the application of his leadership 
ability, entrepreneurial spirit, and academic prowess 
throughout the year. 
Rory McGuire 

The Lehockey Biology Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Biology. 
David Asbury 



The Accounting Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Accounting. 
Dilip Ojha 

The Philosophy Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Philosophy. 
Andy Lee 

The Ron Kinney Memorial Physiology Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Physiology. Mr. Kinney taught 
physiology and the sciences at St. Andrew's from 1965 to 1999. 

He consistently worked toward raising the overall standard of 
physical fitness especially within the school's elite sports teams. 
Brandon Cercone 

The Communication Technology Prize - Graphics 

For highest standing in grade 12 Communication Technology. 
Erik Kimmerer 

The Communication Technology Prize - Video 

For the highest standing in grade 12 Communication 
Technology- Video 
Thomas Little 

The Computer Engineering Technology 

For highest standing in grade 12 Computer Engineering 
Technology. 
Joel Lat 

The Commanding Officer's Pipes and Drums Prize 

For the highest standing in grade 12 Piping or Drumming. 
Presented by the 142nd Highland Cadet Corps. 
Alex Seto 

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The James A. Ballard French Prize 

For the graduating student who has made the best progress i 
becoming bilingual in English and French. Awarded in memot 
of Mr Ballard, Class of 1969. 
Jackie Wong 

The Stephen J. Suarez Economics Prize 

Highest standing in grade 12 AP Economics courses. Donate 
by Mr& Mrs. E.G. Suarez. 
Estanislao de la Torre Garcia, Dong-Geun Oho 

C. Anthony Myrans Social Sciences Prize 

For a senior level Social Science other than Economics. 
Presented to honour the 26 year teaching career at St. 
Andrew's College of Mr Myrans, an outstanding educator 
Donated by Duncan Jackman, Class of 1985. 
Taylor Carnegie 

The Magee Family Music Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Music. Donated by the Clai 
of 2001. 
Michael Chiang 

The Old Boys' Medal in Mathematics 

For highest standing in grade 12 Mathematics. 
Michael Chiang 

The Spanish Fluency Prize 

Presented to a senior student who has made the most effort ' 
become fluent in Spanish. 
Michael Chiang 

The Spanish Prize i 

For highest standing in grade 12 Spanish. , 
Michael Chiang 



The Guy and Scott Rutter Art Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Art. 
Michael Chiang 

The Chemistry Prize 

For highest standing in grade 12 Chemistry. 
IVIichael Chiang 

he Harry E. Goodman l\/lemorial Science Prize 

r excellence in Physics and Chemistry. Mr. Goodman taught 
Bmistry at St. Andrew's for 31 years retiring in 1950. Donated 
by Dr. Alan Bricknell. 
IViichael Chiang 

The Donald Cooper IVIedal for Physics 

For highest standing in grade 12 Physics. 
Michael Chiang 

The Edward Roberts Prize in Politics 

; presented to the student achieving the highest standing in 
Senior Canadian and World Politics. Awarded by the Hon. 
Edward Roberts, Class of 1957, to recognize outstanding 

t achievement in the study of politics. 
I Aaron DeGagne 

e George Etienne Cartier Medal in French. 
the highest standing in grade 12 French. Donated by the late 
1r. W.A. Beer, the only Andrean to have his name on every 
honour board in the Towers Library. 
Aaron DeGagne 

The Charles Ashton Medal for English. 

•r highest standing in grade 12 English. Mr. Ashton, Class of 
1920. 
Matthew Chan 

le R.R. McLaughlin Memorial Prize for English 
and the Sciences 

Awarded to the graduating student who earns the highest 
nding in a combination of two English courses (Writer's Craft 
md English 12) and two Science courses (two of grade 12 
)logy, Chemistry and Physics). Donated by Robert R. Parker 
Class of 1960 in memory of his uncle. 
Matthew Chan 

The Lau Family Improvement Prize 

For the graduating student who has made the greatest 
ventage improvement over last June. This year he raised his 
verall average by 19. 7%. Donated by Michael Lau, Class of 
2000, and Jason Lau, Class of 2003. 
Alex Kharouk 



Major School Awards 

The Donald B. Spence Creative Writing Prize 

For outstanding creative writing to a senior student in 
memory of Professor Spence, a loyal Andrean and a member 
of the Class of 1937. 
Matthew Chan 

The Christopher Ball Prize 

For distinguished overall contribution in the general field of 
the Arts. 
John Sandham 

The Jane Staunton Playwrighter's Award 

An Annual Prize established by the Class of 2009 in honour 
of Jane Staunton's outstanding contribution to Focus. It is 
awarded for an original play produced at the Focus Festival 
to foster the development of student playwrights. 
Jordan Dunin 

The Dr. George Bruce Chapel Prize 

Awarded in memory of the Rev. George Bruce, founding 
Headmaster of St. Andrew's College in 1899, to the student 

who, through commitment and service, has made an 
outstanding contribution to the life of the Memorial Chapel. 
Andrew Keenleyside 

The Sandi Chasson Instrumental Music Award 

Presented to the graduating student who, as a role model 
and mentor, has made the greatest contribution to enhancing 
all aspects of the music program during his time at St. 
Andrew's College. 
Marc Romanin 

The David B. Somerville Memorial Award 

Presented to the senior student who demonstrates a love of 

music and shares his enthusiasm with the Andrean 
community. This award was established in 1995, in memory 
of David, SAC Class of 1988, by the many friends of the 
Somerville family. 
Thomas Little 

The Fred Omstead Theatre Arts Award 

The Fred Omstead Theatre Arts Award is being presented 
today by Fred's sister, Leslie Omstead. Fred was Head 
Prefect of the Class of 1981 and is fondly remembered for his 

dedication, warmth, resolve, humour and love of people, 
theatre and acting. He would be happy to know that students' 
lives are being enriched with the strong arts program at SAC. 
This award has been endowed through generous donations 
from Fred's classmates, family and friends. 
Taylor Maclean 

The Brooks Cup 

Presented to the best senior debater by Mr. William Skinner 
in memory of his mother. 
Stefano Scaini 

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The H.B. Housser Trophy for Upper School Clan 
Competition 

Presented to the Upper School clan that has acquired the 
most clan points amongst its members. The Intra-mural 
Challenge Cup is presented by the Housser family in honour of 
H.B. Housser one of the 28 students in the inaugural Class of 
1899. 

This year's winner is Robertson Clan, Head of 
House, Andrew Begg and Assistant Head of House, 
Joseph Bruccoleri. In second place is Buchanan 
Clan and in third place, Chattan Clan. 

The Craig R. Leslie Memorial Award 

Presented to the senior debater who has made a particularly 
significant contribution to the Debating Program by members 
of the Class of 1 984. 
Mohammad Salyani 



The MacPherson Shield 

Presented in memory of Lloyd MacPherson to the member of 
the Andrean community who contributes most to school spirit. 
Graeme Allison 

The SAC Athletic "A" Awards 

The Athletic "A" is awarded to those graduating students who 
have distinguished themselves as first team athletes over their 
final three years at the School. 
Mac Baker 
Brandon Cercone 
Curtis Harvey 
YoungWoo Jin 
Erik Kimmerer 
Rahim Ladak 
Jay Mackie 
Jack McDonald 
John Joseph Mitchell 
Adam Moodie 
Alexander Seto 
Cole Sopik 
Keaton Ward 
Burke White 
Scott Wood 





The Headmaster's Trophy 

Presented to the St. Andrew's College Athlete of the Year. 
Keaton Ward 

The Headmaster's Art Award 

Each year, the School selects outstanding student art to 
become part of our permanent collection. We will proudly 
display three pieces of art work from each graduating class. 
The winners this year are: 
Michael Chian 
Erik Kimmerer 
Evan Moon 



The Craig Mitchell Memorial Prize 

Awarded for distinguished academic and athletic 
accomplishment by a student in his graduating year 
Erik Kimmerer 

The SAC Elders Award 

To students who have attended St. Andrew's College since 
Grade 6 (or equivalent). 
Graeme Allison 
David Asbury 
Andrew Begg 
Jordan Dunin 
Reese Foegle 
Spencer Harris 
Lucas Hussey 
Jacob Kearley 
Erik Kimmerer 
Aaron Leung 
Taylor MacLean 
Aman Nasser 
Jack (Sang Uk) Park 
Chance Rodin 
Marc Romanin 
Conner Rowntree 
Muhammad Salyani 
Stefano Scaini 
Alexander Seto 
Christian Settino 
CJ Sifton 

The Colonel Tilston Award 

To honour the students who, in the opinion of the faculty, hav 
set the best example in their class for effort, persistency anc 
tenacity in their studies and in all other school activities while 
facing significant adversity. Colonel Frederick A. Tilston meriti 
The Victoria Cross, the highest military honour of the British 
Commonwealth, for his 
"courage under fire" on March 1st, 1945. 
John Joseph Mitchell 

The School Prize to the Head Prefect 

Presented to the Head Prefect in recognition of service to thi 
School. 
Rory McGuire 

The Stein Family Award 

Presented to the student who has attended St. Andrew's 
College from Grade 6 until graduation and who has made ai 
significant contribution to school life academically and | 
athletically. 
CJ Sifton 




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The Laidlaw Trophy 

irded to the boy in his graduating year who has won for his 
1 the greatest number of points during his final two years at 

school. This award is donated by the SAC Old Boys' 
ssociation in honour of the devoted service of Robertson 
Laidlaw, a teacher here for 51 years. 
Cole Sopik from Chattan Clan 




The Errington Award 

Awarded to graduating students who have made a 
'nguished contribution to the life of SAC. In memory of Mrs. 

Clela Ellis and Mrs. Elizabeth Errington. 
^ Brandon Cercone 

■Hl^ Curtis Harvey ^' ' 

Andrew Keenielyside' 
1^^^ Jay Mackie 

Adam Moodie 
John Sandham 
Cole Sopik| 
Scott Woof 



The C. Vincent Massey Award for Excellence in 
the Arts, Social Sciences, and Languages 

Presented to the graduating student with a distinguished ranking 
in the Arts and Humanities. Mr Massey, an Old Boy of the Class 
of 1906, was the first Canadian-born Governor General of 
Canada. 
Aaron DeGagne 

The Thomas A. Hockin Award for Excellence in the 
Sciences 

Presented to the graduating student with a distinguished ranking 
in the Sciences. Dr. Hockin served as the fifth Headmaster of St. 
Andrew's College from 1974-1981 and went on to a distinguished 
career in the Government of Canada. 
Michael Chiang 

The Lieutenant Governor's Community Volunteer 
Award 

This award recognizes exemplary graduate volunteers In each of 
Ontario's secondary schools. 
^ Jason Lo 




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The Headmaster's Medals 

sented for excellence in academics in the graduating class 
those students whose overall average is 90% and above 
Presented in ascending order 
. Andrew Keenleyside 
Liam Killops 
William Liang 
Jack McDonald 

Cole Sopik 
Matthew Chan 
Justin Wong | 
Istefano Scaini 
aJordan Dunin 
% Joel Lat 
John Sandham 
Evan Moon 
Justin Tang 
Marc Romanin 

Peter Wu 
Erik Kimmerer 
Estanislao de la Torre Garcia 
Thomas Little 
Dilip Ojha 
Aaron DeGagne 
Dong-Geun Cho 
David Asbury 

Andy Lee 
Aiden Carnegie 
Michael Chiang 



The Governor General's Medal 

Presented to the graduating student attaining the highest 
standing for university entrance. This prestigious award 
recognizes academic excellence among secondary school 
graduates across Canada. 
Michael Chiang 



The Macdonald Medal 

The prestigious Macdonald Medal is awarded to a graduating 
student in the name of Dr. D. Bruce Macdonald, Headmaster of 
St. Andrew's College from 1900-1935. It was given by the Old 
Boy's Association in 1936 to honour the student exhibiting the 
most distinguished combination of character, leadership, 
academic success and athletic 
Michael Chiang 
Rory McGuire 



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